Nations Seek After God

Jul 16, 2019 | Prayer

Nations Seek After God

Jul 16, 2019 | Prayer

Acts 17:27 NLT
“His purpose was for the nations to seek after God and perhaps feel their way toward him and find him-though he is not far from any one of us.

God loves us and also He has given each one of us a purpose and in this amazing destiny that He has given us when we live in it, we will find divine satisfaction.

Acts 17:27 mentions that God is not far away from any one of us. It doesn’t matter if you feel guilty or if you are messed up in your life, you are not still far from God.

God has promised that He will never leave us not forsake us.

Knowing this fact, how should we respond to it?

Acts 17:27 clearly says that the key to have a closer walk with the Lord is to seek Him. The reason that we don’t find or receive revelation from Him is because we are not seeking Him and we are satisfied by the little revelation we have.

Have a divine dissatisfaction in your spirit today and seek more of God and let it continue in different spheres of your life until nations seek after God and feel their way toward Him and find Him.

The key to seeing our nation turn to Jesus is if we start seeking after Him in our personal life on daily basis.

The more we seek Him, the more we will become one with Him.

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