Text: Psalm 27: 4. One thing have I desired of the LORD, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the LORD all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the LORD, and to inquire in his temple.

Above all the world can offer, my heart cry is to dwell in the house of my God, all the days of my life.
Beloved, nothing can be compared to our great God.
His mighty works, His beautiful tangible presence, His awesome personality, and everything about Him is beyond the treasures of this world.
A man who seeks God, who desires to serve God, lacks nothing in life.
The Bible tells us to seek FIRST the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and every other thing shall be added unto us.

Beloved, in the house of my God which is His presence, carries the answers to all your prayers.
In His house is great prosperity, direction, life, safety, fulfillment and many more.
Little wonder why David, who was a king, despite his wealth, fame, and good life, desired and prayed to dwell in the house of God all the days of his life.
In God’s house is fullness of joy and pleasures forevermore. Psalm 16:11.
Beloved, do not chase the world and all her riches outside God’s presence.
Do you know a man who dwells in God’s house, receive his supplies from the abundance of God’s riches and Glory?

Failures end in His house.
Struggles end in His house.
Stagnations and delays end in His house.
Barrenness end in His house.
And all sorts of witchcraft and evil ends in God’s house.
What else can be compared to this?
Who else can give such offer?

Risk whatsoever it may cost you, loose whatever it may cost you to dwell in God’s house, beholding the beauty of His handiwork from His word.
A parable about God’s kingdom is told of a man who found a treasure in a land, in excitement he hid it from the world, went back to his homeland, sold all he had in order to purchase the land where he found the treasure. Matthew 13:44.
It is worth more than the world and her passing glory.

Above all, seek to dwell in God’s house all the days of your life.

Shalom.