Thirsty for God??

Hosea 6:3:

God is with me in every moment and I still need to sense His presence with me. Hosea tells the Israelites and ourselves today that He will come and restore us. Hosea also tells us to acknowledge and seek Him. He uses two action words. “Let us acknowledge the Lord; let us press on to acknow-ledge him. As surely as the sun rises, he will appear; he will come to us like the winter rains,
 like the spring rains that water the earth.” Hosea 6:3. NIV. He tells us to press on and acknowledge Him.. Knowing and serving Him is not a part time job. I have mentioned in the past, I do not want to have a check off list when I spend time with my Lord. For He will come to us as surely as the sun, winter rains and spring rains come. And all appear on His schedule. Our hope can be assured in Him always. As I grow in faith and hope, I try not to question God.” Why does He allow different troubles to all of us?” Am I allowed to question the God and creator of the universe? This is hard to do particularly when circumstances happen to family or close friends. I continue to seek Him for comfort and strength and He will be there for me. With a broader view, I continue to pray for the people of Ukraine and could never imagine what families are going through. This makes my health and Parkinson’s so trivial. We complain food prices are up and many in Ukraine are wondering if they will get another meal.

Do you need to acknowledge God more often?

Can we adjust our schedules to fit more time with Him?

Published by groundedandgrowingweekly

About the Author Dale Hansen is retired and spends his time reading, running, mentoring others and watching his grandkids. He enjoys leading small Bible study groups which he has done for over 30 years. During his marriage of over 40 years, there have been numerous God workings through their lives. These include infertility, adoption, cancer, kidney stones and Parkinson’s. He has two awesome married daughters, 2 great sons-in-law and four wonderful grandsons. He lives in Plainfield, IL

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