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Seek the Lord and His strength; Seek His face continually. Remember His wonderful deeds which He has done, His marvels and the judgments from His mouth.”
(1 Chronicles 16:11-12, NASB)

In these Scriptures, we are reminded of two actions we are to do:

  1. Seek the Lord. When we get casual about God, we think we can manage our days in our own strength and abilities. The writer of Chronicles reminds us to “seek the Lord continually“. Ongoing. Every day. Never stop so that we don’t ever miss His activity.
  2. Remember. We are creatures with a shortened memory. “Remember” as defined by is “to recall to the mind by an act or effort of memory; to keep in mind; to remain aware of” (from When we don’t intentionally remember His wondrous deeds, we forget that He is God Almighty. We need to remember the Red Sea parted, the manna in the wilderness, the water turned to wine, and the healings of days passed.

“Recapture the essence of God’s greatness not only for what He does, but for who He is. Embrace a holy expectancy and believe that His presence in your midst changes everything.”

(from Prevail by Susie Larson, page 102)

Seek the Lord continually every day,
remembering His wondrous deeds.


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