Many say they are pleased with their lives, so don't bother speaking to them about God. Now it is possible for a person to be satisfied with his life, and be displeasing to God (2 Samuel 11:27, Proverbs 14:12, Isaiah 55:8-9). For there are many drunks, crack heads, and sorry persons who leech off others, and they are very pleased with their life. Now, does such conduct make these people right? Do you think God is pleased with them? Should they continue that life because they are satisfied with it?
In Luke 18:18-25, we read of a rich man who walked away from Christ because he was pleased with his lifestyle and didn't want to do what the Lord required of him in order to become one of the disciples. Did that make this man right? He certainly must have been satisfied with his life, because he refused to change. This didn't make him right and neither will satisfaction alone make us right. What makes us right is complete obedience to God's word and relying on it to be our guide (Psalm 119:105, Acts 17:11, 1 John 4:1, John 5:39, James 1:22-25).
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