What are your priorities? This is a question that we need to ask ourselves daily.  We are faced with situations each day that test our sense of priority.

Jesus spoke directly to this for us when he directed us in Matthew 6:33 to seek first the kingdom of God, stating that if we make that our priority then everything else would fall into place.

When we learn to prioritize our lives in a way that we can see God move, we will begin to see him work in the things that we haven’t had the time to focus on as well.  God will take care of those who trust Him fully.

I issue a challenge to each of you reading this today to begin to seek first the kingdom of God…to begin weighing your options against the scripture and seeking to glorify God with all that you do.  If you feel the need to do something in life that doesn’t align with God’s priorities for you, adjust.

Make sure that you allow for God to move in a mighty way in your life.  If you put God first, seeking Him for guidance in all things, He will begin to work on the small things that you don’t have time to take care of because of the big things He is asking you to take care of.

We must give God the glory, because He is doing great things in and through us…we simply need to be aligned with His will to see the great things that He can do.

Seek the Kingdom first, watch as things fall into place along the way because God is doing great things for you, and enjoy as the Joy of the Lord takes over in your life.  God will do great things if you will allow it!

Matthew 6:33 – But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you. (ESV)


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