Then he removed him and raised up David as their king; of him he testified, ‘I have found David, son of Jesse, a man after my own heart; he will carry out my every wish.’ Acts 13:22
He found Peter, with his brother Andrew, fishing in the lake.
A little farther, he finds another pair of brothers, John and James, helping out in their family business, again, doing fishing.
Levi was sitting on his tax post when Jesus found him. After that, he stood up for him.
He saw Zacchaeus sitting on a tree before he called him to dine at his home with his friends.
He found Mary Magdalene about to be stoned, which was indefinitely postponed, and gave her the love she has not experience before.
He found the Samaritan woman fetching water, she ended up taking the Living Water.
He found his disciples afraid and terrified, about to throw in the white towel, as the waves throw their boat.
He found more than five thousand people like a sheep without a shepherd thus he fed their hearts and their stomach.
Again, he found Peter…sinking in the lake after taking some steps walking on the water and Jesus reached out to him.
Before all these, he found David. He finds a lad running, not in a race, but after God’s heart. He finds a man in love with him. He finds him thinking about him. He finds him singing psalms for him. He finds a man not after earthly treasures, not a man after a position with power and authority, he finds a man living to please God alone. A soldier who will fight giants for his King. A servant who will do his master’s commands.
Reflect on this…what will God find when he finds you?