Seek God

This is the generation of them that seek HIM

Psalms 24:6

Does generation describe a race of individuals who seek Him;

or, is this a painted portrait of an individuals personal character?

Is everyone seeking God?

Romans 3:10 says

There is no one righteous, not even one; there is no one

who understands, there is no one who seeks God.

The phrase “to seek God” is often used as descriptive of true integrity:

Psalm 9:10

they that know Your name (Your peerless character)

will put their trust in You: for You, LORD, have not forsaken them that

seek You.

Psalm 14:2

The LORD looked down from heaven on the children of men, to see if there

were any that did understand, and seek God.

Psalm 63:1 is our cry:

O God, You are our God; early will we seek You: our soul thirsts for God,

our flesh longs for God in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is;

In Proverbs 8:17 God assures us that

He loves them that love Him; and those that seek Him will find Him.

Matthew 6:33 Jesus says:

to seek first the kingdom (control) of God ( in our life),

and his righteousness (the activity of doing what’s right);

and all these things will be added to us.

Matthew 7:7. Jesus again says:

Ask, and it will be given us; seek, and we will find; knock, and it will

be opened to us:

This indicates an earnest desire to know Him and to have His favor.

It denotes also the humility of mind of needing God, and a sense of our

need of trusting dependence on God.

Isaiah 55:6

so we Seek the Lord while He may be found; call on Him while He is near.

Job 8:5 says:

there is rich value in seeking God and pleading with the Almighty

for mercy

Search for Him as for Gold and hidden treasure

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