Recently I stepped out of a local restaurant after a rather delicious dinner, I saw a truck speeding through the parked vehicles. As I observed the driver's reckless behavior, I noticed the words on the front license plate of this truck. It read, "Almost Satisfied." After thinking about that message and the sentiment it communicated, I concluded that the concept "almost satisfied" simply does not exist. Either we are satisfied or we are not.

Satisfaction is a rather tough needle to thread. We live in a world that feeds our desire for more and more, until we find it almost impossible to be satisfied with anything. This is nothing new. The book of Hebrews addressed this concept, saying, "Let your conduct be without covetousness; be content with such things as you have. For He Himself has said, 'I will never leave your nor forsake you" The only solution for a heart that "wants it all" is the satisfaction found in the presence of the living God. He is all that is necessary for our needs and desires, and He alone can bring us the peace and satisfaction we will never find in the pursuits of this life.

Almost satisfied? There is no such thing in this life.