The Law of Inestimable, Exponential Discovery With God.

I think there is a Law of Inestimable, Exponential Discovery With God. The more we seek Him; The more we find Him. God can be found in parallel proportion to the amount that we desire to find Him. “Seek and ye shall find!”

We need to enter the “sway” of the Lord. To be in the “sway” of the Lord means: to be so in tune with the leading & guiding of His Spirit, that we sense His Direction & move with Him. Flowing with Him, like drops of water belonging to the moving current, of the stream.

Motive is everything with God. He not only sees what we do, but why we do it. To truly serve God, the inside that only He sees must become as clean as the outside that everyone sees. Humble, Earnest Daily prayer is the main means to yield our motives to His direction.

Relating deeply with God is not a part time mission. It’s a daily, diligent discovery: An ongoing, all consuming passion, an all encompassing devotion. A One way journey requiring all of you; from the first step, to and including, the last breath of your life, as a believer.

Be in tune with the leading of God’s Spirit & surely sense His Direction. Patiently, Persistently, Practice daily, dutiful, devotion. Follow Jesus closely & move as He moves. This is the walk of today’s disciple. You can experience Him in relative proportion, to the degree you seek Him.

Want to know God more meaningfully? Seek Him more passionately!

Have you considered using Tim, aka “Slam” as a speaker at your next event? 336-688-7538 – TimothyGrantCarter@gmail.com

 

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About timothygrantcarter

Inspirational Speaker, Trainer, Quaker Minister, 12 step follower, Entrepreneur, Outdoorsman, Hunter, Fisherman, Gardener, Amateur Cook and Shotokan YonDan (4th degree black belt). Visionary; Maker of original sayings, slogans and giver of spiritual help. "If God has a pulse, then I can feel it."
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