The more we feast on God’s Word, the deeper our roots will go, as described in Psalm 1. This tree, which is “planted by the rivers of water, that brings forth its fruit in its season, whose leaf also shall not wither,” symbolizes a healthy believer, “and whatever he does shall prosper (Psalm 1:3).
Pray and ask God for this: to come out of busyness and make time to seek Him more. Distractions can wait, but the Lord is waiting on us, beckoning us to seek Him with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength (Luke 10:27). He is our first love and source of life, ready to receive all who come to Him.
How can you slow down to hear God’s voice?
Sometimes taking a week outside of our normal circumstances to seek the Lord can strengthen our faith, revive us spiritually, and stir up our hearts. If you’re seeking a place to come away, pray, and worship with like-minded believers, we invite you to Onething, our annual conference in Kansas City.
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