He calls those who do not seek him. (Saul)
He heals those who do not ask him. (Man at the Pool of Bethesda)
He invites himself to the homes of those who do not invite him. (Zacchaeus)
He delivers those who do not know him. (Blind man by the Pool of Siloam)
He forgives those who do not seek forgiveness. (Man brought through a roof by his friends)
He enlightens those who do not ask him. (The Disciples)
Perhaps under the Law, one needed to seek God first before they found him. But, the picture I see of Jesus in the New Testament is that of a forward, compassionate man – one who goes out of his way to build a relationship with mankind and to help them.
May God be presumptuous towards you. May he interfere in your problems. May he meddle in your affairs and may his kindness interrupt you.
I have been found by those who did not seek Me; I have shown (revealed) Myself to those who did not [consciously] ask for Me. Romans 10: 20 AMPMay God be presumptuous towards you. May he interfere in your problems. Click To Tweet May God meddle in your affairs and may his kindness interrupt you. Click To Tweet