“When thou saidst, seek my face; my heart said unto thee, Thy face, Lord will I seek.”
No matter how old we get our parents will always want to know that we love them and need them.
Sometimes we can get so busy with living our lives that we forget to pick up the phone or stop by to say Mom and Dad I love you. It’s not that we mean to forget or neglect, it’s just that we have so much to do and we have these deadlines and after all we do have our own families. Well, parents have a way of pulling us by the coattail and reminding us that they are still our parents and a phone call, an email or text would be nice. You see, no matter how old we get we’re still their children and they want to know that we still love and need them.
Our heavenly Father wants the same thing. He wants to know that we love Him and need Him. When we get to busy with the affairs of life He’ll pull us by the coattail and ask us the same question He asked David, He’ll ask us to seek His face. He’ll ask us to seek Him with our whole heart. Jeremiah 29:13 says, “And ye shall seek me and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart.” God wants to spend undivided, undistracted time with you. David answered, “My heart said unto thee, Thy face, Lord will I seek.” What will your answer be today?
Remember, the shekinah glory of God is on the face of Jesus Christ. As we pull aside and seek Him with our whole heart, and spend time gazing into His lovely, glorious face, He fulfills our needs, gives us the desires of our hearts, and transforms us into His imagine from glory to glory.