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You Only Find What You Are Looking For

July 18, 2014

I had the opportunity to meet a gentleman this week named Wes. We were having a conversation about other things when he said something that combined with hearing Kari Jobe’s song “The More I Seek You” on the radio. In summary he said, “You can find what you are looking for. You can look for the good or bad, and you will find it.”

This struck me as so true and interesting. Jobe’s song is all about searching for Jesus and how often you can find Him when you are seeking Him. The idea of the song is the more time you spend with Jesus the more you will want to spend time with Him. At some point, this remaining in Jesus’ presence will overwhelm you and overcome you.

All this made me wonder am I seeking Jesus enough? Am I basking in His presence? Am I willing to share the cup in His hand? So I will ask you to reflect on those same questions about yourself.

Here is an early version of Kari Jobe singing “The More I Seek You” to help you meditate on this.

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