During a move, one realizes just how many of something has been accumulated over the years! I have been collecting rocking horses for decades, most of which only come out at Christmas. After taking inventory, I have come to realize that I really do not need to add anymore. At some point there comes a point of saturation, and I was sure I had reached that point. However, in checking for just the right photo for this post, I am starting to re-think whether I could not add one or two more! This Victorian beauty especially caught my eye!
Our verse for today came from King Solomon. He was able to lay his hands on and enjoy just about anything he could wish. His wealth was staggering. Whatever collection intrigued him, he could add to it to his heart’s content. He was so rich he denied himself nothing his eyes desired (Ecclesiastes 2:10). And yet, he concluded that it was all wearisome beyond description. The eye never sees enough. The ear never hears enough.
The point of saturation never really comes. Whether it is experiences or objects, there is always longing for more and more. It is never enough. Solomon concluded that more was meaningless, chasing after the wind. The world is just not enough. That is because we were created for something more. That something more is Someone. It is in my relationship with the Jesus Christ that I find meaning and satisfaction. Regardless of how many beautiful things surround me or how many adventures I have lived, it is the Lord who makes my life worthwhile!
Thank you Lord, that You are infinitely more than enough!