In Search of the King

If you read only one book this year, it should not be one of mine. But if you read two books this year, the second should be In Search of the King, because it will point you back to the first book you must be reading, and illuminate it in a whole new way.

In Search of the King

“Who is the King?” It is a question we all ask, as the yearning for a king is universal. But while all of us search for a king, only some search for the King. Many of us believe we know the King because we can recite His name, quote His words, and tell of His works. But do we really know Him? Or do we simply know of Him? Do we speak of Him or do we serve Him? When we encounter the King during the course of our everyday lives, do we recognize Him or do we simply pass Him by? If we aim to live truly dynamic lives for the King, it requires an intimate knowledge of His face, and an acquisition of His character that amounts to more than just an intellectual pursuit of Him. In order to truly identify and discover the King, we must serve in His court.

In Search of the King is an inspirational call to that service of the King. It is a dare to know the King, and to be known by Him. It is a challenge to the common misconception that the King is found at the end of our intellectual pursuit, and an awakening to the realization that a discovery of Him occurs in the midst of our everyday service to Him. In Search of the King conclusively answers the question, “Who is the King?” However, that answer is not the end of a journey, but rather the beginning of one. With the true identity of the King revealed, we embark on the adventure that is a daily discovery of, and a lifetime of service to, the King. If you are no longer content with an abstract pursuit of a king, it is time to specifically discover the King. If you desire an intimate knowledge of the King’s face and a renewed inspiration to serve in His court, it is time to set off In Search of the King.