Friday, March 25, 2016


Tip: When traveling, always look for the little details that help sum up your experiences.

One problem with big cities is parking - there are so many people and so little space that you cannot simply park in front of the business you wish to go into. The result? Pay-to-park lots and garages are scattered about the metropolitan area. 

On a recent trip, a friend and I had to use one such space. Little did we know, the lot we chose was part of a chain of parking areas, all baring the same title and scattered about the nearest several miles. Due to this and the fact that we somehow managed to pick the one lot that would not show up on the GPS or any web search, we ended up lost, roaming the streets of Seattle for two hours before we finally found the car. It was a relentless search, indeed!

If one can seek a car with such intensity, how much more determined should we be in our pursuit of knowing God? He is of far more value than our earthly transportation, yet, when we lose sight of Him, His words, and His will for our daily lives, would we spend a solid two hours searching non-stop to get reconnected? Tough as it may be, I promise you, it is worth it.

"You will seek me and find me, when you seek me with all your heart." (Jeremiah 29:13)

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