ONLY SPIRITUAL SENSE SATISFIES

The quest for satisfaction is universal. Just how and where true satisfaction may be found, however, is among the problems yet to be solved by the majority of mankind. The Psalmist pointed to the solution centuries ago when, with unwavering confidence and in the fullness of joy, he declared (Ps. 17: 15), "As for me, I will behold thy face in righteousness: I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness."

Contrary to the beliefs of false theology, satisfaction is not reserved for a future day or another plane of existence. The Hebrew bard clearly indicated that it is through spiritual sense, cultivated in righteousness—right thinking and living—that God's glorious nature is perceived and understood. Then, when one realizes man's likeness to God as His perfect spiritual reflection, he awakens refreshed and satisfied.

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