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You should think and know God’s trustworthiness regardless of your feelings. And you should also welcome and cultivate the emotions that flow naturally out of a rich relationship with God.
God desires to be found by his people. When we pray, when we earnestly seek him, when we feel that sense of desperation for his guidance and his presence, he loves it when we search for him.
There are many things God wants us to know in our heads about him, about his Word, about his world. But more than simply knowing about him, God wants us to know him in a way that changes us from the inside out.
God definitely created you to enjoy a personal relationship with him. He created you to make a significant impact on the world around you. He didn’t have to do so, but he did, because he loves you and he knew you could bring him pleasure and glory.
From God’s eternal perspective, he absolutely plans to prosper everyone in his family and to remove even the threat of harm forever and ever, but the fulfillment of that promise of prosperity is heavenly and not necessarily earthly.
We who follow Christ ought to live with a continual sense of urgency about the Great Commandment (love God and love others) and the Great Commission (make disciples of all the nations).
You’ll never know what the truest and highest form of love is until you see Jesus Christ as the Redeemer who died on the cross for the sins of mankind. And when you really understand that moment of sacrifice and what it provided for all of us, you’ll never be the same.
As you run with passion to pursue God’s purpose for your life, what needs to be left behind? And what do you need to embrace?
The pathway to spiritual confidence and a right standing before the God of all the universe is through faith in Him and His work on our behalf.