No matter what the struggle is, God sought us first knowing full well what the struggle was….

In his book, The Pursuit of God, A.W Tozer first words in his book says, “Christian theology teaches the doctrine of prevenient grace, which , briefly stated means that before a man can seek God, God must first have sought the man. Before a sinful man can think a right thought of God, there must have been a work of enlightenment done within him. Imperfect it may be, but a true work nonetheless, and the secret cause of all desiring and seeking and praying which may follow. We pursue God because, and only because, He has first put an urge within us that spurs us to the the pursuit…..The impulse to pursue God originates with God, but the outworking of that impulse is our following hard after Him. All the time we are pursuing Him we are already in His hands.”

I look at my own life and I look at the sins that I have committed in my life, and it just blows my mind that God still came after me by His grace and His grace alone. The beautiful thing is, God knew full well the sins I would commit before the foundation of the earth was laid, and yet by His Grace and His Grace alone still came after me. Jesus still died on that cross so that I can live with Him. I am so unworthy, so sinful, such a broken mess, yet Jesus die for me, an unworthy soul, full of sin, full of brokenness to restore me to being a son of the Most High King!!!!

The same goes for you too.  God know’s your story in full and God will accept you and restore you.  You have to trust Him. Does things change over night?  No, however they do change. 5562


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