Both hunger, but only one is satisfied. 6.3.11 & 3.15.12

by Aaron K.

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Both hunger, but only one is satisfied. 6.3.11 & 3.15.12

The godly eat to their hearts’ content, but the belly of the wicked goes hungry. Proverbs 13:25

Our heart condition, not our circumstances determine whether or not we experience contentment in this life. It is almost like God designed cursing into life for the wicked of heart… knowing, like a crack addict, their desires will always consume, leaving them in a permanent state that is always hungry and never full. For the godly…life is much different, there is a hunger for more as well, but with it God gives satisfaction and contentment. God blessing the wise man, by allowing him to see behind the curtain of life, seeing that true blessing and abundance is rooted in the Creator not the created thing. Action. My sons, our desires and cravings can be dangerous, for they are God given flames of fire that can warm the house or burn it down. Contentment is savored and cultivated only when we see every little detail of our day and its connection to our Creator…this is where the wicked get lost searching the world over, never locating it’s true source or intended design…so they continue on; wandering…forever going hungry.