In Chris Tomlin’s song, “Waterfall” he begins the song with a declaration that he is seeking God. In this week’s episode, I take you to 2 Chronicles and into the story of King Asa to look further at what it means to seek God. Because when we seek Him, He will be found by us, and His love truly will rain down on us like a wild and free waterfall. On this episode I discuss:
- Jeremiah 29:13
- The story of King Asa
- 2 Chronicles 14-16
- Hebrew word for “forsake”
- Psalm 94:14
- Psalm 9:10
- Psalm 42
- Video of the Jordan River
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This Week’s Challenge
Read all of 2 Chronicles 14-16 and see the entire King Asa story in context. Read Psalm 42 and unpack the Scripture yourself to see how God’s love is like a waterfall.
This Week’s Question
Do you agree with some of the commentaries that when the Psalmist says “deep calls to deep in the roar of your waterfalls; all your waves and breakers have swept over me” that he is referring to his sorrow? Or do you think (like Chris Tomlin obviously does) that the waterfall is referring to God’s love?
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