The Bible says, “The soul of the sluggard desireth, and hath nothing: but the soul of the diligent shall be made fat” (Prov. 13:4). The context here is dealing with a man’s living. His behaviour will produce satisfaction with human needs being met by work. The alternative is to go without if you are lazy. The question today is what about your spiritual life? Are you lazy? Is that spiritual hole and yearning in your heart distracting you from satisfaction? Well, are you lazy? Do spiritual needs get met by accident? Short answer is no.
Paul said you must work out your own salvation. Not that you can gain eternal life by good works, but rather once you have put your faith in Christ, you must show your faith by works. Satisfaction comes as you work in your life for Christ. There are several areas that need attention in this life.