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John 3:16 google search provides few useful answers to seekers
What happens if you google on John 3:16? Frank Johnson has blogged on the huge lack of appropriate search results, because outreach sites have not optimized any pages for such a search, or created specific landing pages for that search phrase.
Evangelism and meeting people within common interests and needs
Being what they search for: Google can predict a flu outbreak in a particular town or area long before the medical authorities, based an upsurge in geographical searches about flu. Google has a unique*, mind-blowing direct line into the minds of the planet. (*With the exception of God, of course.)
How to sign up for Google alerts, and find top keyword searches in search engines
Google offers a remarkable Alerts service. You can set up a request for email notification any time that new online content appears relating to any keyword, or keyword group, that you have specified. You can further specify whether this should be content listed on Google News, Blogs, Videos or the main comprehensive Google database. You can also ask to be informed as it happens, once a day or once a week.
The Surprising End of a Long Search - #6132
the God who puts us here is what we've been looking for. We were made for a love relationship with Him. But, according to the Bible, "All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God" (Romans 3:23 ). We were created for God, but we've lived for ourselves. And we've lost Him, and thus the hole in our heart. That restlessness - that lack of peace and fulfillment - that's an echo of another world; the constant reminder that God is missing.
Searching - a Christian perspective
Left on our own, we'll search and search for God's truth but not find it. To find God's truth requires help--from God Himself! Fortunately, He freely offers His salvation to us, with the promise of a relationship with Him.
"Search" in the Bible: Psalm 139:23
Who knows us better than we know ourselves? Our creator--and in this psalm, the writer invites God to examine his heart and mind, identify his true needs and anxieties, and provide help.