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Rest & Refocus #6

13 Jan

How to Make 2015 Your Best Year Ever

#6 – “Seek first”

One sure-fire way to make 2015 your best year ever is to take the advice of Jesus; “Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these other things will be added unto you.” 

There are so many challenges, concerns and obstacles to navigate through on the road of life. It’s easy for us to get caught up worrying about those things. After all, a lot of these things are pretty darn serious. And to just ignore these things wouldn’t make any sense at all. So what are we to do?

Jesus once said, “I only say what the Father says.” So, when you read the ‘red print’ in your Bible. Yes, Jesus said it alright, but it’s the words that your Father is saying to you!! It’s really a matter of getting our priorities properly aligned and Jesus is giving the counsel as to how we navigate those challenges that come our way in a productive and victorious way.

How do we do it? If we’re going to seek first the kingdom then the first step is to seek the King!! It’s not rocket science! God has made it so simple to enter His kingdom. Religion complicates it, but don’t get bogged down in that! It’s as simple as you and I saying, “Lord, I need you in my life”. 

If 2015 is going to be your best year ever, your priorities must be properly aligned; Seeking ‘first’ His kingdom is not just another way to get your priorities in order, it’s THE way!

Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and you’re off to a heckuva start!!

 
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