ONLY God Can Truly Satisfy

Psalms 17:15 As for me, I will behold thy face in righteousness: I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness. ONLY God can truly satisfy our souls. We may find temporary satisfaction in the things of this world, but they do not last.

This week on the podcast we’re reflecting on this truth: ONLY God can truly satisfy. If this is true, we’re asking “What, then, does that mean for how we are free to live?” Knowing that things of this world only temporarily satisfy, how are we to choose?

Here are a few ideas and inspirations from this weeks episode:

  1. God alone satisfies. He is where you’ll find true satisfaction.
  2. When we’re with God, we experience fullness of joy, contentment, and hope.
  3. Your choices should lead you to praise God and bring you closer to Him.
  4. Choose the things that leave you feeling good and point you to God.
  5. Freedom lies in making choices that allow you to live a bright and purposeful life.
  6. Align your thoughts, feelings, and choices with God’s will for a more fulfilling life.
  7. Know the good choices and actions that bring you joy and praise to God.
  8. True satisfaction doesn’t come from worldly things, but from aligning with God’s will.
  9. Let go of choices that don’t align with God’s plan and hinder your joy.

Give the episode a full listen wherever you enjoy podcasts. Two popular places are Spotify and Apple.

If you love the episode, please share the link with a friend! You’re also always welcome to send a personal note to paige@paigeschmidt.com to share how the episode benefited you.

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