Psalm 63:8 KJV My soul followeth hard after thee: thy right hand upholdeth me.
The best picture for the above scripture is a child being held by either the father or the mother.
My nephews have displayed this time after time. They want to be with their parents always. They feel secure. They strongly believe that all needs will be met. Fellowship and communication mean everything to them. These will deplete as they grow. At a time, they will not want to have their parents hold their hands, bath them and even feed them. A stage we’ve also passed through.
The best part we need to hold onto is childhood. Solely dependent on God. Seeking Him always. When we were babies, we cried to be with our parents always. Our desire now should be to fellowship with God always.
The writer is dependent on God for guidance. A sign that he trusts, believes and have faith in whatever God brings. Have you ever woke up early in the morning with the mind that I’m open to wherever you want to take me today, Lord.
How passionate are you? How desirous are you? Your hunger has to be for more. Your thirst has to be for more. There must be an insatiable hunger and thirst. You have to live a life of without God I’m irrelevant. Why hasn’t Papa Adeboye, Papa Oyedepo and the likes given up? They know that the moment they grow to become independent of God, they become irrelevant.
God is ever relevant. To become relevant, you have to depend on Him.
Let us pray: Father, I want more of You.