Hunger After God

Dear Friends,

Matthew 5:6, “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled”. 

The word that catches my eye is the word hunger.  Our main focus is always to be blessed, but the gateway to the blessing is through hunger.  Blessed are those who hunger.  Hunger occurs in the absence of something.  Hunger always reveals itself in the presence of a vacuum.  Without God, we live in a vacuum and nothing of this world can fill that vacuum.  Man was made in the Image of God, and man has a natural desire for God.  The intensity of your hunger has a lot to do with the measure of your blessing. Hungry people do not easily complain over the one plate of food coming their way.

Humanity tries to fill this hunger vacuum by embracing objects and call it god.  Objects seen as god will never fulfill that vacuum.  A hunger after righteousness will be a hunger fulfilled.  I see a fresh appetite amongst people that indicate something good. A hunger for the real.  Hunger is a motivating factor.  Hunger moves you to the place of fulfillment.  Hunger brings back focus and for as long as hunger reigns, other needs will stay unattended.  Pray that God will help you to keep your hunger for righteousness at a high level. Righteousness is what God is.  When we desire right standing with God Almighty, we sure are in for a treat.

When you carry abundance of food with you to deserted places, especially in third world countries, you will have a crowd.  The crowd is driven by hunger for what can keep them alive. Hunger that is not fed can lead to a certain death.  

The human race hungers after something, and in the process, tries to get fulfillment in the wrong things. Once those things are obtained, the hunger is back. That is why people with the wealth of the world in their portfolio can still become suicidal.  Money and things cannot fill humanity’s hunger.  The hunger of man is a desire after God, and we need to direct people’s hunger in the right direction.  The ultimate goal is the blessing, but the blessing is hiding behind the word hunger. This hunger we are referring to is a hunger after God.  

Spiritual hunger makes the following contributions:

  • It produces the desire to see a hurting humanity helped, which serves to identify the need of the hour.
  • It motivates people to move toward God and all that are right.
  • It promotes the recognition that a signal is being given by the Holy Spirit for a new season of God to begin.
  • It causes us to long for things of God that is not present in our lives to fulfill that hunger.  

Your hunger is a sign of a table being set by God and the joy of fulfillment to be embraced. The hunger in you for the purpose God has ordained you will get you there. Hunger brings forth an automatic search for fulfillment.  Do you hunger enough to ultimately embrace your destiny in God?  Do you walk after your fulfillment?  I urge you to search one more time for He is about to fulfill your hunger.

Our hunger after God is for what He is, His lifestyle, His character etc.  Hunger after God will finally bring you to the point of being blessed, and you could find yourself satisfied in all other areas of life. He is the source of life, and once blessed by Him, all aspects of life will become fulfilled.  

Hunger more; for that is your road map to the ultimate blessing, God. 

POWERFUL THOUGHTS & STATEMENTS TO BE REMEMBERED

Hold tightly to what is eternal and loosely to what is temporal.

The Will of God will never take you where the Grace of God will not protect you.

When you are holding a grudge, it is actually the grudge that is holding you.

SAMUEL CHADWICK SAID:  A gift without a heart behind it is a bribe, God asks for our hearts, not our gifts.  

NUGGET OF TRUTH FOR MEN

Experience is not what happens to a man, it’s what a man does with what happens to him.  

1 John 5:4, “For whatever is born of God overcomes the world; and this is the victory that has overcome the world – our faith”.

Untill Next Time,

Andre’

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