Some of us may try to numb it by turning to food or alcohol or sex (I do that, too). Some of us may do all of the above (guilty)! We all experience this inner-thirst of discontentment and try to satisfy it with all the wrong things. We sip from the many cups this world offers, only to be repeatedly reminded that they don’t contain the satisfying substance we really desire. http://benjaminmorganwire.denaliinstitute.org/2016/08/04/helpful-tips-on-locating-primary-factors-of-vocationWe indulge, manipulate our circumstances, and buy new things, yet we continue to find ourselves dissatisfied, fidgety, and bored. So what are we to do? I think most Christians understand that discontentment is birthed and nurtured in a heart that isn’t satisfied in God. So, obviously, the best way to go about fighting it is to seek to be satisfied in God, right? http://carterriveraspace.rachelstevens.us/2016/08/07/choosing-easy-solutions-of-interviewRight. Quite obvious. But why are so few of us successful in that fight?
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