Psalm14-2The LORD looks down from heaven on the entire human race; he looks to see if anyone is truly wise, if anyone seeks God. Psalm 14:2God wants us to seek Him, to adore Him, to worship Him, to place who He is and His desires for us above all else.  “Leave the world behind and trust in me.”  Why is it so difficult to seek God and instead, gather the things on earth that will not not survive?  There is not a U-Haul truck available whose destination is Heaven.  Our ‘transportation’ to Heaven is believing and faithfulness.  Trusting God becomes life itself.  An expectation fills our hearts each day, as to who we will touch, influence, draw for him always from the overflow of our love as it fills our life.Seeking is an active verb.  A healthy, move forward type of verb. We can not be passive when there is a ‘seek’ around.  I can see Mom motivating us to dust or clean, setting the ‘dinger’ on the stove.  Her main goal was ‘get ‘er done’ and race to a finish.  God sets a ‘dinger’ on our time here on earth.  He has given us His work to do.  His goal is for us to finish well and triumphantly.  When we beat Mom’s ‘dinger’, Mom would set the scene for the next gallop through housework, “I knew you could do it.”When we hear God’s ‘dinger’ and he calls us home, his message as we finish the race set before us sets the stage for the next part of life — “Welcome Home, Good and Faithful Servant!”  Our wisdom in seeking God is to discern His Will from ours.  Our allegiance is to Him, as opposed to catering to every whim we that comes our way.“So don’t worry about these things, saying, ‘What will we eat? What will we drink? What will we wear?’ These things dominate the thoughts of unbelievers, but your heavenly Father already knows all your needs. Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need. Matthew 6:31-33