BIBLE TEXT: Amos 5: 4-6, Mathew 10:38-39, Isaiah 55: 6-7, Zechariah 8: 20-23,

MEMORY VERSE: “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.” (Jeremiah 29:13)


He has infinite power. He fortifies and steadies our way when our knees buckle under the strain, and our hands shake with fright. His strength is most apparent when we are at our weakest. Here, we take to the air on eagle’s wings to rise above the current conditions and run without getting tired (Isaiah 40:31). Even in their hearts, they have reason to do so because those who seek him find him. Whether they find him during their initial conversion, later on, or even after he has temporarily hidden his face, finding him must bring them joy, even from the depths of their hearts. Time spent in God’s presence refuels the desire to finish the race, the expectation that His kingdom will come, and the endurance to do so. You can put all your worries on Him because He loves you, and you’ll get renewed hope for the future. We are free to follow God’s plan and purpose for our lives as we commit to seeking Him first. And all of the human wisdom is foolish compared to the foolishness of God (1 Corinthians 1:25). The wisdom to live each day to the fullest and take advantage of every opportunity flows from His throne (Ephesians 5:15-16).

When we get close to God, He allows us to stop sinning in the future. He gives us strength for daily life, enabling us to exalt God through our actions. Christian victory replaces being a defeated person. God’s presence gives us the strength to withstand temptation and sanctify our souls. The Devil would rather flee somewhere else if we stay close to God. The key to victory is to get close to God and let His power work in our lives. Because our minds are solely focused on God, we can easily avoid things that used to threaten us. 

Are you frequently tempted to give up and accept defeat when confronted with a difficult situation that you lack the strength or capability to handle? There are multiple difficulties at once a sickness, a tense relationship, bad news, or temptation you never imagined you’d experience. Therefore, approach Jesus now before a crisis arises. Develop your relationship with Him so that you are ready for difficulty. You’ll be aware in advance that you can rejoice if you’re ill and your medication hasn’t helped, if your finances are out of control, if your family is disintegrating, and you’ve done everything you know to do and still haven’t gotten results. Because when your strength wanes, God’s grace is sufficient for you, and His power carries you to victory.


Being in tune with God allows you to travel with Him to a very special location that is only open to those who follow Him. It is a location known as TRUTH. Some people are fooled into believing they own the truth. God is the one TRUTH and promises to guide you to this knowledge. Not just a little or a portion of the truth, or the truth that we can understand—all truth! What exactly does that mean?

If you’re a business person, the Holy Spirit will demonstrate how to boost earnings and save costs. If you’re a mother, the Holy Spirit will guide you in resolving disputes with your kids. The Holy Spirit will demonstrate how to do well in your lessons if you are a student.

Truth is a creation of God. He is the One who will reveal the truth to us if there is one to know. Would you like the benefit of being able to make plans for the future? Most people would! One benefit of getting close to Jesus is that. When you remain in Him, you can access a heavenly and earthly anointing of power. You learn everything under that anointing, which makes you aware of God’s will in every circumstance. Walking in victory means doing as the Spirit of God instructs you to do.

Walking in your ability and mental capacity won’t bring you victory. The news can show you what has already occurred, but only God has the power to reveal what is to come. We will lose like everyone else if we rely solely on what we understand to be true. However, there won’t be any enemies who can bring about our deaths if we remain in the anointing and the anointing remains in us. You will receive constant guidance from the Holy Spirit, who will also reveal future events. He’ll show you how to avoid issues and difficulties. Even when faced with challenges, you’ll overcome them.


For those who desire him, God has made himself completely and entirely available. He calls us, but he doesn’t compel us to answer. Despite his mysterious and prevenient grace, we must actively choose to seek him out, come to him, and remain with and in him if we are to have a meaningful connection and fellowship with him.

Even the unregenerate person, according to Romans 1:20, is aware that this is the case, despite deluding themselves. “For since the world’s creation, God’s invisible attributes—his omnipotence and divine nature—have been seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” The Christian must become aware of this truth, stop avoiding God, and start racing toward him since he has made himself approachable to the seeker.

When we seek God, the secret is to search with all of our hearts. We act this way when we place a higher value on God and our relationship with him. Finding him is similar to discovering a hidden treasure that is so valuable that we would sell everything to acquire it. No one who has given up their home, spouse, siblings, parents, or children for the kingdom of God will fail to receive as many times as much in this age and eternal life in the age to come, according to Luke 18:29–30. If we are to find God truly, we must let go of everything that occupies the highest place in our hearts, including people and things.