Lacking Nothing – You Are All Ready Complete

by admin on June 27, 2011

speakingI love movies. They always seem to have some kind of message. Do you remember the movie Jerry Maguire? There is a part in the movie where he tells his wife you complete me. At the time I got weepy and all sentimental because I thought that statement to be true. How many times in your life have you looked to someone or something else to complete you? To look to someone or something else for completion indicates that you are lacking something. What is it that you think you are lacking?

For a long time I looked to people, places and things to make me feel good. I would look at others to try and figure out what the secret was for having it all together. However, each and every time I went searching I only ended up disappointed. At the time I did not realize I had everything I needed.  I was not lacking or missing anything. All I needed to do was to look within. Every time you seek others, places or things you put yourself in a place of despair, disappointment, sadness, etc.  I think you get the picture. You have everything you need within you. You are complete in God.

The bible tells us in Matthew 6:33 to seek first the kingdomof God. The kingdom is within you – not outside of you. When you begin to tap into what is already there you will find that you are already complete and whole. The true healing, love, abundance, and peace you seek is within. Most of us have built our lives around seeking things or people to complete us – when we’ve been complete all along. Whatever it is you think you are lacking can never be found in others or things. You will continue to be disappointed and never feel whole and complete. Today, tap into the one place true completion can be found – the kingdom which is within you. When you do that, all else will
be added. There is NO lack in the kingdom. You are all ready complete!

I’m just sayin’

Love you to life!

Sandra

 Don’t become so well-adjusted to your culture that you fit into it without even thinking. Romans 12-2a (Msg)

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