DO YOU LACK ANY GOOD THING?..

"THE YOUNG LIONS LACK AND SUFFER HUNGER; 
BUT THOSE WHO SEEK THE LORD SHALL NOT LACK ANY GOOD THING".
-PSALM 34:10
Who is the king of the jungle?
Who is the king of the sea?
Who is the king of the universe?
AND...
Whose the king of me?
I'll tell you....

All of us might be familiar with the well-known saying that “Life is not a bed of roses”. Every person who have been born into this world have to take part in all sorts of life’s challenges in order to survive. And at times, we feel as though we do lack in certain necessities, talents, health or standards in order to achieve the success we aim for.

Turn your attention to the jungle’s mightiest creature and ask yourself as to what will a lion’s cub lack for. You might answer “NOTHING!”. The Word of God amazingly quotes that even though young lions may lack and suffer hunger but those who seek HIM will never lack ANY good thing.

Just like how a lion’s cub does not lack in anything because he knows his father is the king of the forest, similarly when we acknowledge that our Creator is indeed the Eternal King ever πŸ‘‘..what else do you think you’ll lack in?

When you learn to place your complete trust and confidence on HIM, who is the AUTHOR and FINISHER of your lives, then YOU CAN HAPPILY SAY TO YOURSELF that “I seek the Everlasting King who not just listens to my needs but is worthy to meet all my supplications”.

So, let’s train our minds to not focus on what we lack, instead let’s equip our hearts to be grateful for all that we already have!…

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