#10 Matthew 6:33 is a foundational truth you can anchor your life on today and every day.

Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.

In this episode, Greg dives into what it means (and looks like) to live by this scripture.

First, let's define "the kingdom of God" in this passage. I describe it as God's way of doing things.

God's ways are not our ways, nor are His thoughts like our thoughts (see Isaiah 55:8). God's ways are found in the Bible pages, and the Bible will change your life as you apply the lessons found there.

King Solomon's prayer in 2 Chronicles 1:7-12 for wisdom is used as an example of how God's way of doing things differs.

Solomon asks for wisdom, but because he humbled himself before God and truly wanted to help God's people, God saw Solomon's heart and "added" many blessings to him.

Suppose you struggle with fear, doubt, unbelief, or any area in your life. You need to make sure God's word is your foundation.


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