Psalm 105:4 says, “Look to the Lord to the LORD and His strength; seek His face always.”
Looking to God in Christ Jesus means meditating on who “I Am” is and we are able to “find” who He is all throughout Scripture.
As a sidebar, in many contexts, the phrase “to look to God” is synonymous with praying.
Brothers and Sisters, Learning to look to God in everything—to know Him, to trust Him, and to wait for Him—is a life-long process. However, we must be intentional in order to grow, but we mustn’t get discouraged or overwhelm! As you know, all relationships require commitment and time in order for the relationship to flourish!
Therefore, if you don’t have anyone to talk to or listen to you, LOOK UP! God hears you, He listens to you, and He loves you more than you’ll ever know. Ephesians 3:20 says, “Now unto Him is who able to do exceedingly-abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us!”
Lastly, looking to God is a habit we fix in ourselves. We have to take it one step at a time and keep going. I encourage you to “look up”and meditate on these scriptures and apply them to your daily conversations with the Lord our God: Isaiah 17:7-8, Psalm 34:5, Hebrews 12:1, Psalm 104:27, 145:15, and Micah 7:7!