Yet, there is a fullness that is fulfilling, energizing and affirming–a fullness that doesn’t end in guilt and self-loathing. I’m talking, of course, of the fullness that comes with spending quality time with God; spiritual fullness. Have you ever gotten up from spending time with God to say, “I’m so FULL!” In contrast to feeling tired and drained, when I’m spiritually full I find that my energy abounds. I want to get up, get moving and embrace the day! I also feel good about myself. Spending time with God reminds me of who I am, whose I am, and what I am here to do. God fills me up so that I can got out and do his work in the world. And the best part of being spiritually full is that you can come back for more!! You can have a full five course meal with God and not regret it later! In fact, God wants us to keep coming back for more. Unlike our stomachs, our spirits need to be filled with God. Our goal as Christians should be spiritual fullness.
In Christ, you have been brought to fullness. Colossians 2:10
Which begs the question, are you full today?
Blessings and Peace,