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Friday, September 16, 2011

Friday Five: Seeking What?

I was struck in our weekly Lectio Divina group by a few verses from Psalm 105:3-4:

. . . let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice.
Seek the Lord and his strength;
seek his presence continually.

Seeking is rejoicing. Rejoicing comes from the seeking, NOT the end of glory, heaven, enlightenment, or whatever. Seeking is the journey--RIGHT NOW!

So for this Friday Five, list what you are seeking, whether it is trivial, profound, or ordinary--whatever you would like to share! List 5 and add a bonus if you feel like it!

Remember to post a link to your blog if you participate. As you may recall my Blogger will not let me print out the formula, so I will put the link here--> For a complete how to click here!


18 comments:

  1. My version of the road map can be found here!

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  2. I've written my five on my blog. Thank you for posting such great thoughts.

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  3. Not hard to list five...here.

    Thanks Jan, perfect.

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  4. love this, but I am seeking to get my Masters Thesis finished, please pray for me.

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  6. My previous try didn't work, and I'm not sure how to remove it, so if the moderator would help out I'd be thankful. And I'm trying once again over here

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  7. While I'm not playing, I would like to respond. The idea of "seeking God" in the bible first impressed itself on me in Amos, "seek God and live." I discovered that the verb for "seek" d-r-sh is the one that became midrash to interpret the scriptures. I love the idea that seeking God is exegeting God, in and out of the scriptures.

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  8. oh I like that Rev, Dr Will, thank you Diane

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  9. Oh, I am seeking so many things and listed a handful of them. Thanks, Jan!

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