Drash (Strongs #1875) - to frequent a place; to make a well-worn path (as unto the LORD); to seek, inquire, diligently search out; to worship
Here is the history of Yitz'chak, Avraham's son. Avraham fathered Yitz'chak. Yitz'chak was forty years old when he took Rivkah, the daughter of B'tu'el the Arami from Paddan-Aram and sister of Lavan the Arami, to be his wife. Yitz'chak prayed to ADONAI on behalf of his wife, because she was childless. ADONAI heeded his prayer, and Rivkah became pregnant. The children fought with each other inside her so much that she said, "If it's going to be like this, why go on living?"So she went to inquire of ADONAI...~ Genesis 25:19-22 (CJB)
In the above passage we can see that Rivkah (Rebekah) made a well-worn path to the LORD. She did not simply come before Him nonchalantly. The distress of the fighting sons within her womb drove her to diligently seek ADONAI. Can you see the imagery of her insistent and persistent coming before the LORD that she might understand His divine plans for her family?
When you seek me, you will find me, provided you seek for me wholeheartedly;Jeremiah 29:13 (CJB)
And without trusting, it is impossible to be well pleasing to God, because whoever approaches Him must trust that He does exist and that He becomes a Rewarder to those who seek Him out.Hebrews 11:6 (CJB)
And what does our Faithful Father and Rewarder reward us with? Life, Liberty, Freedom from captivity!
15 Yes, till today, whenever Moshe is read, a veil lies over their heart. 16 "But," says the Torah, "whenever someone turns to ADONAI, the veil is taken away." 17 Now, "ADONAI" in this text means the Spirit. And where the Spirit of ADONAI is, there is freedom. ~ 2 Corinthians 15-17