God is a personal being. He has always been, and always will be, who He is. If you’re not a believer yet, I want to help you understand that it’s possible to seek Him and have a relationship with Him. God wants you to come to know Him, but there are some things we need to do first in order to have this relationship. To start your journey toward God, you will need the following:
Seeking God With All Your Heart
How to Seek God With All Your Heart
Seek God with all your heart. Seek him with all your soul. Seek him with all your mind and seek Him with all your strength and seek Him with all your being and seek Him with all that you have, even if it is just a little bit of time in the day to spend with God, do it!
Choosing to Seek God
How do you choose to seek God?
- You may not want to seek God. Some people don’t really care about God and they have no intention of seeking him. This is a big mistake because without God, you don’t have any hope for eternity and without hope you won’t be happy here on earth either.
- If you have decided that you want to seek God, here are some suggestions on how to go about it:
- Read the Bible every day (or more than once). The Bible is the word of God that tells us all we need to know about him and his plan for our lives; he wants us all to read his word regularly so we can grow closer to him through learning what he has taught us as well as from all those who wrote down what Jesus said while he was alive on earth two thousand years ago!
Seeking a Personal Relationship With God
You can have a personal relationship with God. You can have a personal relationship with Jesus, who is the Son of God. You can also have a personal relationship with the Holy Spirit. In fact, each person in the Trinity has been designed to bring us closer to God and understand Him better:
- The Father – He longs for us to know him more intimately and wants us to lean on him as our comforter, protector and guide
- The Son – Jesus lived on earth as a man so that he could represent us before his father in heaven (Romans 5:8) and intercede for us when we sin or disobey His commands (Hebrews 7:25). He also gave up his life so that we could be forgiven through his blood sacrifice on our behalf (John 3:16). And finally, once resurrected from death, he ascended into heaven where he continues serving as high priest over humanity (Hebrews 8:1-2).
- The Holy Spirit – The Holy Spirit works within us by convicting us of sin when we do wrong things so that we may repent (John 16:8), giving wisdom when making important decisions in life such as which career path should be pursued next or if it’s time yet after being single for so long; helping those struggling financially make wise spending choices without feeling guilty about buying nice clothes occasionally; reminding people who had previously experienced same sex attraction but now desire heterosexual relationships again not give up hope just yet because there are still plenty other fish out there still looking for love themselves!
Getting Closer to God
When seeking to get closer to God, we must remember that He is always present, available, listening and loving. The Bible tells us that “He abides with you… (Hebrews 13:5)” and “…there is no place where God is not present (Acts 17:28).” In other words, God can be found everywhere – even in the most remote places on earth!
So how do we seek Him? In general terms there are three ways of doing this: by prayer; reading his word; and doing your daily tasks for him instead of yourself. Prayer involves talking directly with God about whatever troubles you or needs your attention in life or society at large. Reading His Word means reading from the Bible – either silently or aloud – allowing yourself time each day for this purpose alone so as not to miss out on any opportunities which may arise today from doing so tomorrow instead! Finally doing your daily tasks for Him instead than yourself involves finding creative ways for serving others through sharing what knowledge or skill sets one may have acquired over years spent studying various subjects like history or literature etcetera…
Understanding the Nature of God
Seeking God with all your heart means understanding the nature of God. If you’re not sure what it means for God to be spirit, holy, love, etc., these seven characteristics will help you understand better.
- He is a spirit.
- He is holy.
- He loves us and forgives us when we ask for forgiveness because God knows how hard it is to live in this world and make good choices all the time (2 Corinthians 5:21).
- He wants us to know him better so we can tell others about him (1 John 3:2).
- Also he knows everything about everything–he even knows what color underwear I’m wearing right now! And if that weren’t enough…He’s all-mighty! All-knowing! All-merciful! All-wise and seeing; in fact he hears every word we say too.”
You can seek a personal relationship with God.
You can seek a personal relationship with God. You can find him wherever you go, and he will always be there for you. But the most important thing to remember is that he wants to be your friend, your guide and your protector; he wants to be your savior and comforter.
He will listen when you’re in trouble or need help. He listens when no one else does—not even your parents or friends or teachers at school! His ears are always open because he wants to hear from YOU! There are many reasons why this is true:
- God IS love! He created us out of love for US (John 3:16). And since we were created out of HIS LOVE, then it stands to reason that we should try our best not only recognize but also express our gratitude towards HIM by loving each other as much as possible too…and this includes loving ourselves so much more than others do because they don’t know how much hurtful words can really hurt deep down inside where nobody else sees them except maybe A Friend Who Will Always Be There For You And Listen To What They Hear Without Passing Judgment On Who You Are Or How You Feel Right Now–God!!
We hope you’ll take the time to seek God with all your heart. It is a journey that will transform your life and bring you closer to God in ways that you never imagined possible.