1. If you seek the Lord, you will find Him.
(II Chronicles 15:2; Deuteronomy 4:29; Isaiah 55:6)
People should seek the Lord while they still have the privilege of religious freedom. (13)
2. When you seek the Lord, you will rejoice. (Psalm 105:3;, 40:16; 70:4)
Seeking the Lord may mean sacrificing those things we think we need to make us happy.
3. When you seek the Lord, you will understand. (Proverbs 28:5; Psalms 69:6)
Everything God allows to happen is geared toward the end of drawing us unto Himself and to lead His
children into a trusting relationship.
4. Those who seek the Lord will be greatly rewarded. (Ezra 8:22; Hebrews 11:6)
Because the rewards are so appealing, we start seeking after the rewards instead of seeking after God.
If you feel you have not received what you feel you should, maybe you should examine what it is that God has given you.