The more accurate our view of God, the more we possess complete satisfaction. God is the key to our complete satisfaction because He designed us and He possesses every provision which satisfies us. So, to find complete satisfaction, we should search to know God above all else—right? God WANTS us to know Him. He says: “Be still and know that I am God.” (Psalms 47:10) To learn about God, we must have an open mind and acknowledge that our pre-conceived notion of who He is–is usually wrong. He is NOT–a fairy god mother, a deal maker, a wrathful hater of His children, a senile old man, etc. Discovering God is like discovering truth. Our belief about truth may be wrong, but it does NOT change the truth—for example, scientists once taught that the earth was flat but that didn’t change the truth that it’s always been round. God has always existed and He is unchanging (Malachi 3:6), He is all-knowing (1 John 3:20), He is all-present (Psalms 139:7-13); and what man believes about Him does NOT change Who He is. The fact that One so superior to us WANTS us to KNOW Him—should completely amaze us and incite us with a zeal to KNOW Him! If we knew a MAN who could claim these fantastic characteristics and who WANTED to know us—we’d be camped out on his doorstep! The search for God must begin in our heart. It must be so open to knowing Him that we are unafraid of what we will find. Do we know anyone who sacrificed his only child so that we could live? That fact alone should spur us into a passionate search for Him! Although God is so multi-dimensional that He couldn’t possibly be explained by man—especially not in a short devotional–the experience of searching for God should be shared in order to encourage and inspire others to seek God. God has taught us about Himself in His Word and It is the veritable map to the treasure of Who He is. Furthermore, Creation provides us with living and colorful evidence of His nature. (Psalms 19: 1-6) The adventure of finding Him belongs to the seeker. The seeker of God will possess the fullest measure of satisfaction known to man.