“Therefore Eli said unto Samuel, Go, lie down: and it shall be, if he call thee, that thou shalt say, Speak, LORD; for thy servant heareth. So Samuel went and lay down in his place.”
1Samuel 3:9KJV
The child Samuel was very pious, meek and humble in his service to Eli, the priest, before the Lord. Because of how serviceable he was, he never missed a call from his master. He was so much attentive and obedient to everything he was instructed to do. He made his bed very close to where the ark of God was. Because of where he lied, he clearly heard the voice of God. He positioned himself at the exact place where the presence of God can be felt.

He lied daily before the presence of the Lord. There was never a day that he wasn’t before the Lord. No wonder he became one of the greatest prophets of Israel. The problem with today’s Christian youth is the lack of the spirit of serving. Instead of serving, they want to be served. If you learn how to obey and serve, you’ll be fit to rule and lead. God is looking for those who possess a servant’s heart to make them leaders. His heart is after those who will remain in his presence even if they don’t hear his voice. He is seriously searching for those who will wait until they’re truly called by Him without complaining.

Beloved, it’s time to lie before God, don’t just walk before His presence, make your bed there. It’s time to be willing to serve with a pure heart. Serving God and man is the ultimate purpose of every human on earth. Make your bed before the ark of God!
PRAYER: I will lie continually before you, Lord Jesus. For in your presence is joy unspeakable and eternal pleasures.


“And David was afraid of God that day, saying, How shall I bring the ark of God home to me?”
1Chron. 13:12KJV
There was a great solemn of joy and celebration when the Israelites were bringing the ark to the place that David had prepared for it. Then came a moment of sorrow after God instantly killed Uzza upon touching the ark when it tilted. David became frightened so he brought not the ark home to himself to the city of David, but carried it aside into the house of Obededom the Gittite.

Let the sin of Uzza warn us all to take heed of presumption, rashness, and irreverence, in dealing about holy things, and not to think that a good intention will justify a bad action. In our communion with God we must carefully watch over our own hearts, lest familiarity breed contempt, and we think God is in any way beholden to us. Let the punishment of Uzza convince us that the God with whom we have to do is a jealous God. *And that the nearer any are to him the more displeased he is with their presumptions.*

Nonetheless, David should have brought the ark home. He shouldn’t have been afraid to do so. Because the ark of God is so pure and holy, those who carry it and the place it dwells must be outstandingly holy. Nothing impure must come near it. There is a heavenly blessing for anyone who welcomes the ark to his house. Is your heart holy for the ark to dwell? _Bring the ark to your heart, yes, bring it home!_
*PRAYER:* I pray unto thee, Lord Jesus to purge my heart for the indwelling of your spirit in your name.
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