Attend to the deficit in you. If you don’t address it you will continue to walk in it and in so doing you will continue to be frustrated. This is an internal issue and it must be dealt with internally.
Seeking first the kingdom of God and his righteousness is an internal issue for the kingdom of God is within you. This is what Jesus said. This means that we need to take time to “be still” and seek it out.
Psalm 46:10 says, “Be still and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.”
In your quietness as your heart searches for God, there you will find him. In this quietness you are not judging - you are simply looking to find God as he is. You are not creating what you think he is or what you think he should be. You are being still to know that he is God. In so doing worship becomes natural and you will see him exalted among the nations and in the earth.
This verse even seems prophetic because we understand that things will not remain as they are now. Evil men will not continue as they are. There must be an account made for their actions. God will always come out on top so it makes no sense to war against him. It is futile.
Although men may appear to to be excelling we must keep in mind that if what they are doing is not anchored in God, it will ultimately fail. It will not remain forever established. It will come to an end but God’s kingdom will never end. So, engagement in that which is temporary is futile.
“Be still and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.”
Meditation on the word of God is work well rewarded. Get engaged!
-Shaki Brown, HM
Shaki Brown is located in Toronto, Ontario Canada.
He enjoys Meditating and transferring what he has received through this practice on to a page for others to enjoy.
He has gone through a transformation which has positively impacted his health and vision for life. Much of these things surface in his writings and many of them become the focal point.
He now enjoys helping people to better their health and to engage in Meditation to increase their quality of life.