Real and Meaningful Change
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Your soul may be constantly looking for things that sometimes, you are unable to explain or understand. There seems to be something missing or lacking in your life. What is it? It is your connection to your Maker.
Your soul is the one that has been disconnected from its Maker, and so that soul will be looking for something that would be eternally satisfactory to it.
Look at the people of this world. Those who are wealthy and rich appear to have everything they can ask for. They have what others only dream of — a good life, a lot of money, a good job, a nice house, nice cars…
But in reality, these people still feel an emptiness from within. The human being cannot be fully satisfied by the things that this world can offer, because deep inside your heart — when you are all alone — your heart is longing for something else.
What is that? What is that which your soul is looking for?
I am telling you unless that “SPIRITUAL RECONNECTION” or your Spiritual State is reconnected to the Source where you came from, you will never ever improve yourself.
You may find a temporary solution if you ask help from psychologists or psychiatrists to help you cope with something you are feeling or something you are experiencing, through scientific methods on how to deal with problems that arise in your life.
But then again, you will go back to that kind of wrath where you came from unless you find the “real meaningful change” that will allow you to experience permanent happiness, and that is the spiritual aspect of your life.
The Word of God is very clear. When He said, “Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you.”(Matthew 6:33)
Emotional, psychological, material, financial gains — these are all that men are striving for. They neglect the spiritual. But when you finally have all these things, you will realize, they are not enough.
Give Us This Day | January 11, 2021