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Sunday, August 18, 2013


You may not be old enough to remember when Mick Jagger started his interminable career by musically telling us that he can’t get no… I am.  The song was a fairly good, probably unintentional, summary of Ecclesiastes.  ‘Cept Solomon did get some girl reaction… too much in fact.
As believers where do we get satisfaction?  Thoughts at DTTB.
The last phrase of Psalm 64:4 reorients us to what brings real satisfaction.  The goodness of God’s house.  Reading that the other day brought to mind a couple of other passages that you might want to check out.  Psalm 27:4 and Psalm 84:1 -2, 4, 5, 10.

Look at what David and the sons of Korah say will give them satisfaction.
Mick sings of futility.  David and Korah’s sons sing of fulfillment, deep satisfaction.