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A couple of weeks ago, Pastor Jay asked a question from the platform. His question was short and to the point: "Are you all in?" As I considered his question for myself I realized that finding satisfaction, sustenance, and security in my relationship with God is what it would take for me to be "all in." Too often I am discouraged in my pursuit of God by expecting that everything will work out quickly and in a comfortable manner. When I am faithful about being "all in" in faithfulness about the process of my connecting to God, He is consistently faithful about fulfilling in us His direction and His way.

We often make the mistake of leaning too much on the subjective. When you come to the place of being "all in," God has a way of dealing with each of us in a different way. We all follow a different road map. We all find ourselves at different places. So while none of us experience God in exactly the same way, all of us wind up at the same spot on the roadmap of being "all in." God's process always works the same way: "Draw near to God and you will draw near to you." James 4:8 . This is profoundly objective.

In other words, I can't be "all in" without the pursuit of intimacy which is an intentional committment to take daily steps toward God, and, in the process of that motion, to grow more deeply conscious of, connected to, and confident in Him alone as the only source to satisfy, sustain, and secure.This will answer the question; "Am I all in?"

YES

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