Hunger Games

Anything worth building isn’t built on comfort and convenience, rather it is costly and challenges our conviction.

While it is so admirable to have a good attitude, we are always more effective when we have an appetite to improve.

To hunger for something is to chase it down. To grapple for what would satisfy and grab hold to what fills.

When we are hungry, we eat. There’s motivation to look for food. Whether it’s junk or organic or leftovers or a balanced meal really depends on our maturity and perspective of the current state we are in that doesn’t just focus on instant gratification but a progressively solid future position.

The secret to sustainable growth is hunger. Hunger left unsatiated leads to starvation; draining us of life and of power.

What are you hungry for right now? And what’s on your menu to satisfy that hunger?

For He satisfies the thirsty
    and fills the hungry with good things.

Psalm 107:9

-Ps Ryan Foo inspired sermon-

Thinking of: Working up an appetite

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