This morning as I reflect over the ages on the great patriarchs of Biblical times, I am convinced and can say without a doubt that the price of God’s anointing will only come through “Seeking God”.
May this letter answer the question, What does it mean to “seek God”? God is calling mankind to seek His face… yes, seek and find the fullness of God… hear His voice…cry out to Him. David puts it like this in:
- Psalm 27:8 (KJV) When thou saidst, Seek ye my face; my heart said unto thee, Thy face, LORD, will I seek. Another translation reads…My heart has heard you say, “Come and talk with me.” And my heart responds, “LORD, I am coming.”
I believe there are certain times the Lord calls us out of our daily routine in life to “SEEK MY FACE”. The highest form of seeking God is not for personal needs…but to seek God for Himself…for who He is.
Are you hungry for God? Are you tired of being dissatisfied with your relationship with God?
This calls for a time of seeking God, which is:
- A place of maturity…
- A place of breakthrough…
- A place of Holiness.
Yes, a time and place where His anointing will flow. As we seek God for Himself, we are in pursuit of God; a place of abiding in Christ, aware of His glory within us.
There are times we must get away from our familiar places and do as Moses did…pitch your tent of familiarity outside the camp.
- Exodus 33:7-11 It was Moses’ custom to set up the tent known as the Tent of Meeting far outside the camp. Everyone who wanted to consult with the LORD would go there. Whenever Moses went out to the Tent of Meeting, all the people would get up and stand in their tent entrances. They would all watch Moses until he disappeared inside. As he went into the tent, the pillar of cloud would come down and hover at the entrance while the LORD spoke with Moses. Then all the people would stand and bow low at their tent entrances. Inside the Tent of Meeting, the LORD would speak to Moses face to face, as a man speaks to his friend. Afterward Moses would return to the camp, but the young man who assisted him, Joshua son of Nun, stayed behind in the Tent of Meeting.
In the natural…man is limited…there are times a person must “Seek God” for Himself. When we truly “seek God” for no other reason but to know Him…we will find Him.
Let me encourage you to get alone with God for a few minutes. IT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
As always, love in Christ Jesus,