Topic: Seek To Know God [Wednesday February 21, 2018]
“That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death;” Philippians 3:10 (KJV)
Beloved don’t spend your energy and time seeking things. Rather seek God, and I can assure you that the more of God you know, the more of His grace that overflows into your life. At that level, your capacity is enlarged and you can do things that others cannot dare. Grace brings you to a level of holy audacity that will shock your world.
When we talk about knowing God, we are not talking about knowing Him just by studies, but by revelation. Understand that you cannot fellowship with a God that you do not know. To know God is to be like God. To know Him is to know Him intimately as a man knows a woman. When you know Him this way, you will become pregnant with something. Something will be deposited inside you. For instance, when Moses said to Him who shall I say sent me, God replied by saying, tell them that “I AM that I AM” sent you. In other words, God was saying, I AM money if you need money. If you need a car I AM also. Whatever you want, I AM.
The more you fellowship, the more of God you discover. The beauty of God is that when you are looking at Him on one side, He will show you another side. That is why you can never get tired of seeking and fellowshipping with Him. The more you know the different parts of Him the stronger you become.
Let me remind you, beloved, that you cannot know God in one fell swoop. He is a revelation! As you keep seeking Him, He will continually reveal more of Himself to you. I encourage you to take a quality decision today, to strive to know and serve Him for as long as you live. As you do that, He will certainly come through for you.
Further Reading: Exodus 3:13-15. Philippians 3:7-15
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Numbers 1-2; Evening- Mark 3:1-19
Written by Dr. Mike Okonkwo; Is the Presiding Bishop of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM); a versatile man of God with over 30 years of dedicated service unto the Lord.