Several years ago, Burger King introducing a new product – "Satisfries". With 40% less fat and 30% less calories than their competition's fries, satisfries were sure to fill us up with no unhealthy side effects. According to the fast food chain, if we ate their new french fries, our weight would drop, our skin would clear up, our energy level would increase. In short, we would be truly satisfried. It was an advertising scheme built off the premise that we are all looking for satisfaction in life-why not find it in French Fries? BK, like thousands of other businesses, were looking to profit from our culinary desires by pitching the impossible. It was and is an empty promise but it doesn't stop advertisers from bombarding us with similar messages every day. We live in a culture driven by discontentment in search of one more thing to satisfy our souls (or stomachs), emphasis on "one more thing". We are not the first to deal with discontentment and the thirst for "more". In 1 Timothy 6, Paul exhorts his young ministry assistant to be on guard for the presence of greed among his fellow believers in Ephesus.
1 Timothy 6:6-10
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