"You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart."
There is a blessing in seeking after God with all your heart. When you seek God you will find goodness, grace and mercy. Also, you will find blessings, wealth, and favor.
God says that He is looking for passionate people, people who are full of praise, thanksgiving, worship, and a heart of gratitude. People who will seek Him with all their heart, not half, not sometimes, not conveniently.
He's talking about people who worship Him in spirit and truth, who are expecting to find Him and His favor. Those whose hearts are connected to Him. A heart that dwells in the secret place of the Most High. A heart that is free from malice, hatred, hanger, complaining, and indifference towards others.
You can't be indifferent, lethargic, and passive in seeking Him. You must seek Him with an engaging heart in order to reach your potential in Him. You have to have some fire in you.
Don't let what didn't work out, the disappointments, or the bad breaks cause you to become half-hearted in your praise, half-hearted in your marriage, or half-hearted at work. That's why you have to stir up your heart. Your heart is where you contact God and He said He will give you the good desires of your heart.
You're not going to wake up every morning excited about seeking God and reading His Word or enthusiastic about your dreams.
You're going to have to do as David did and say, "This is the day that Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it. This is a demand of the soul. Proclaim, with my whole heart I will seek You."
If you keep seeking Him like this, you'll find Him at levels you never dreamed.
Father, thank You that I can seek You with my whole heart, knowing that I will surely find You. Thank You that I can live my life passionately, knowing that you will fill me with all good things. The zeal in my heart is to know You and love others. This is the day You have made, and I will rejoice and be glad in You. I will receive the good desires of my heart. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.