Seeking God is a study to clarify what it takes to pursue a relationship with God.

While this study will clear up many misconceptions, it can likewise provide great inspiration for one to wholeheartedly seek our Lord and God.

In some cases, you may need to share these scriptures with a seeker who has become complacent along the path in his/her search.

The Scriptures​

Matthew 7:7, Matthew 7:13-14 (Tap to Expand)

  • One of the great promises of the bible: everyone who seeks finds!
  • Plus, one of the great warnings in the bible: only a few will find. If only a few find God, then how many actually seek Him?

LUKE 13:22-30 (Tap to Expand)

  • Yes, only a few will be saved; therefore, make every effort to seek.
  • Those who simply try will be caught off guard b their rejection from the kingdom of God. How can you make every effort to seek Him?
  • These efforts should help develop and increase your faith in Jesus.
  • Why is it so dangerous to simply try?

MATTHEW 6:25-33. (Tap to Expand)

  • The greatest enemy of best is good.
  • What good things can distract you from seeking God as your first priority?
  • What changes must you make in order to make God’s kingdom and righteousness our top priority?

MATTHEW 13:44-46. (Tap to Expand)

  • Finding God is like finding a great treasure or a valuable pearl.
  • Is it a joy for you to sacrifice everything in exchange for God’s grace?
  • Do you really understand and believe the trade-off?
  • Here’s an example of a seeker who humbly puts God first, thus finding Him and finding great joy.
  • Take note that the Ethiopian Eunuch was: a busy man, a man who needed a disciples’ help to seek God, a man who used the bible as his guide to finding God, and a man who was eager to be baptized.