Seekers makes me think of Harry Potter, so here are a couple of fun facts that even those of you who don’t know Harry Potter may still find interesting–the series has been translated into 79 languages, the word Dumbledore actually means bumblebee in Old English, Voldemort in French loosely means ‘flight of death’, and of course Quidditch is the game of seekers, chasers, bludgers, quaffles and snitches.
Seeking God’s kingdom is another of the list for purpose that we saw. So what does that mean? You may have heard this verse:
But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.
Matthew 6:33 (NIV)
To seek his kingdom is to want God’s plan, purpose and ruling over earth to happen. We need to put God and his plan first in our lives.
your kingdom come, your will be done , on earth as it is in heaven
Matthew 6:10 (NIV)
This part of the Lord’s Prayer shows us to pray and ask God to do his will on earth, and in our lives.
Dear Father in Heaven, holy is your name. Let your kingdom be present in my life, and rule my path. Amen.