May 26, 2009 @ 12:16 am by sean
Am I unsatisfied because I’m not doing enough with my life?
Or am I unsatisfied because I’m not doing enough for other people?
Perhaps the subject of the question betrays the answer.
Seeking for the Kingdom of God so that all these things will be added to you is not seeking the Kingdom of God at all. Because it’s not whether the glass is half full or half empty; the contents of the glass are excrement in the first place, and we live in a world that is excreta and like a dog returning to it’s vomit, everyone is seeking after the world and their own world, seeking after their own excreta to the ruin of of us all, and seeking after the Kingdom of God and showing the world what’s outside of the glass and more important than the glass or it’s contents is far more important than my satisfaction.
But I’m still unsatisfied.
Matthew Thirteen:Fifty-Eight – And he did not do any miracles there because of their (Sean’s) unbelief.
Matthew Thirteen:Twenty-Two – And the one on whom seed was sown among the thorns, this is the man who hears the word, and the cares of the world (doing enough with my life) and the lure of wealth (my satisfaction) choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful.