Is the will of God your priority today? Seeking the will of God for our lives should be more important than what we can do or seek after.
There is a thin line between seeking God’s will versus what He can give. Sometimes we seek healing (even though it is the will of God) more than the seeking God Himself.
Jesus is the best example. He lived for the will of God, and not His own will; His life was all about the Father (John 6:38). He knew that food could only sustain Him in the physical but being in the will of God will sustain Him through anything (John 4:34).
God is all about the heart (1 Samuel 16:7). The more we seek Him, the more we find Him (Jeremiah 29:13) and the more we become like Him & love Him (2 Chronicles 15:2). Our hearts then become aligned with His heart and will. And the anointing, blessing and all our hearts’ desires will flow from that intimacy. But it starts with the desire to seek Him (Proverbs 23:26)
It takes both husband and wife to make a marriage work. So also, we need to seek God as He pursues us so that we can grow in our relationship with Him.
Many Christians are struggling to pray, read the Bible and spend time with God. They are exhausted, have grown cold & turned away from God because they aren’t spending time seeking God. The devil does everything to keep us occupied with everything else but God. He is afraid of believers who seek God but he is not threatened by those who don’t seek the Father. The scripture says that even though outwardly we are wasting away, inwardly we are being renewed day by day (2 Corinthians 4:16).
We care more about pleasing man than pleasing God. We even don’t give our children the option to go to school but we give them an option to go to church or not. We put more emphasis on the physical but we don’t put that same importance on the spiritual which sustains us like nothing else can & which will be for eternity.
Ask God to give change your heart’s desires to seek Him and to give you a heart for Him alone. God does not forsake those who seek Him (Psalm 9:10)! Those who seek God lack no good thing (Psalm 34:10)!
Seek God first and always!