I’ve practically developed reading the terms, “Jesus fulfills the emptiness” and “Be satisfied with God.” They’re pretty good points to state, given that they suggest locating contentment in the present time. In addition they suggest a truth of one’s faith, that Jesus is the one whom provides for our any want.
However in my recent season of existence, these statements don’t travel beside me.
In fact, hearing all of them tends to make me annoyed.
In my walk with Christ, I’ve unearthed that this type of band-aid words like “Jesus fills the emptiness” and “Be content with God” were shallow. They’re sweet little sayings that claim, “Do this and every thing are going to be best!” — as if getting a Christian means that, once we recognize Christ, it is happily previously after and we’ll never have to believe empty or disturbed once more. But this can be just really a little genuine.
The much deeper truth is really this: Jesus doesn’t just fill the condition.