The young lions do lack, and suffer hunger: but they that seek the LORD shall not want any good thing. Psalm 34:10
“They that seek the Lord shall not want any good thing.” Ah! beloved, if some of us had the drawing up of this description we should have made it too narrow. Possibly some of you might have said, “They that seek the Lord in the established church, within the pale of the state religion, shall not lack any good thing;” others might have said, “They that seek the Lord in the orthodox Calvinistic manner shall not lack any good thing;” and others might have said, “They that seek the Lord in the Baptist fashion, or the Methodist fashion, or some other, shall not lack any good thing.” But it is not written so. It is written, “They that seek the Lord,” in order that it may take in the Lord’s people of all classes and denominations, and all shades of character. It is a description very brief, yet full and comprehensive, including Christians in all stages and positions. Now let me show you that the Christian, in whatever portion of his spiritual history he may be, is one that seeks the Lord.
Are you thus in the dim morn of spiritual life seeking the Lord? Is He your one object of pursuit? Rejoice then, and tremble not, for the promise is to you in this earlier stage of your calling, when you are only just struggling into being, “They that seek the Lord shall not want any good thing.” ~ C.H. Spurgeon