Not in Vain

Luke 19:1-10
Zaccheus was a chief tax collector, short and rich, a man that would have been tagged goals in our present age, but the Bible says something special about him. Despite the fact that he had all these qualities, he sought to see Jesus.

Jesus always had a crowd with Him, Zaccheus figured he was short and people might hinder him from seeing Jesus, so he climbed the sycamore tree to see Him. This act, I believe, was something special because Jesus noticed him immediately He got to the tree.

This only emphasizes one thing: every effort we make to seek Jesus is not in vain. The word of God tells us that God is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him. Hebrews 11:6.

In an age where many times the world makes it seem like you are wasting time seeking Jesus when you should be pursuing personal goals, remember that God is a rewarder of those who seek Him diligently.

You can never go wrong seeking Jesus. Blessed are they that hunger and thirst (SEEK) after righteousness, they will get their reward, which is being filled.

Prioritise seeking Jesus above anything else in life. God created you for this purpose.

See the latter end of Zaccheus’ encounter with Jesus: Salvation came into his household! It was strange, for a man who was seen as a sinner because he was chief tax collector; yet, the Lord was gracious to Him because he sought Him.

Friends, don’t stop seeking Jesus! Receive grace to seek Him in the name of Jesus.

Mercy Adesanwo.

Here’s an invite to be part of the feast Jesus has prepared for you, you will only partake of it by being washed in His precious blood that was shed for you. Today choose Jesus!

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