Hey everyone. It’s Adam DeGraide here with another micro motivation out on our Sea-Doo’s here today, heading towards Fish Lake on the Butler chain.
Last week, I talked about the problem with bathing. I highly recommend that you check it out. You guys can see Krystal back there. She is riding her Sea-Doo in. And this week I want to talk to you about the chase is on. All of us are instinctively, born knowing that we were meant to chase something or something is chasing us. Could it be time? Could it be the inevitability of our death? But we all know that we were meant to strive for something to chase after something. And as I started to think about an old thing that CS Lewis said a long, long time ago, first of all, before I get into CS Lewis, this is a video of Anthem chasing and being chased. Like all kids know how to do. You don’t have to teach somebody to chase or to play chase. We just do it. We just know we’re supposed to chase after someone, something that’s what this whole thing is about. But little did we know that there’s someone that’s chasing us and CS Lewis referred to it as the hound of heaven. So think about that. The hound of heaven would not let him go. Always chasing after him. You see, God is chasing after us. He’s chasing after me and I keep running away and he’s a gentlemen. He doesn’t necessarily catch me unless I run towards him as well too and God wants us to chase after him. Like he’s been chasing after us since we’ve been born. And it’s interesting guys always thinking about the passage in scripture, where the parable was being referred to as the shepherd who had a 10 sheep and 99 were safe in one was lost. And what did the shepherd do left the 99, who were safe to chase after the one who was lost.
And that was me. I was then lost sheep. And sometimes I still am that lost sheep guys. And at the end of the day, we have to ask ourselves, are we lost sheep? And what are we chasing after? What is actually our purpose where we’re going. We need to chase in desire after God, because he’s chasing for us. And then do you think about the story of the prodigal son, who once he returned to the father, after wasting away all that money after squandering in a way he came chasing and running back and was a shame and the father was God. He took them back in and put a robot, threw a huge party and said, my son was once loss, but now he is found, you see the chase is on and the hound of heaven has been looking all of us, including me and including you. And the question is, are we going to run to him as well? That’s what I highly recommend today, chase after God, because he’s chasing after you.
This is Adam DeGraide with a micro motivation.
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