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Luke 11:37-12:9, Proverbs 13

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

This proverb is a great barometer for how one stands with God. It has nothing to do with food and everything to do with contentment. When you have a healthy relationship with God no matter what you eat/have/do you can be satisfied. If you are not in a good relationship with Jesus, no matter what you eat/have/do you will want more. Want to make an assessment of the faith of people around you; see how content they are. While you are at it, look inside yourself as well. Dear Jesus, you are all I need. Help me to see that and to show it to others. AMEN.


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