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Fully Rich Life

October 29, 2012

EVANSVILLE, Ind., Oct. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — If a scientist finds the cure for some debilitating disease, I hope he would publish it as soon as possible. Mediocrity is one of America’s greatest ills. So many of us just exist and never learn to live, really live. Cures like the entertainment industry, Wall Street, sports which offer fun, relaxation and excitement fall short of providing the cure. At best, the contentment is short lived and we crash from the high even lower than before. Religion and religious activity, too, provides only temporary pleasure. Even worldly success often fails to fulfill one completely.

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This is not a self-help promotion as the biggest problem with self-help is that too often we are inadequate to help ourselves completely or we would already have the life we need. This blog, A1 Life at kingservant.com, shares the discovery for a life of purpose and meaning where every need to accomplish this purpose is fully met and most of what we need, we already possess. Contentment through highs and lows of life can be found as one learns and develops this lifestyle.

Here are a couple of testimonials.

From a missionary named Paul:

“What actually took place is this: I tried keeping rules and working my head off to please God, and it didn’t work. So I quit being a “law man” so that I could be God’s man. Christ’s life showed me how, and enabled me to do it. I identified myself completely with him.

“My ego is no longer central. It is no longer important that I appear righteous before you or have your good opinion, and I am no longer driven to impress God.

“Is it not clear to you that to go back to that old rule-keeping, peer-pleasing religion would be an abandonment of everything personal and free in my relationship with God? I refuse to do that, to repudiate God’s grace. If a living relationship with God could come by rule-keeping, then Christ died unnecessarily.”

From a king named Solomon:

“Life, lovely while it lasts, is soon over. Life as we know it, precious and beautiful, ends. The body is put back in the same ground it came from. The spirit returns to God, who first breathed it.( )It’s all smoke, nothing but smoke. The Quester says that everything’s smoke. ( )

“Besides being wise himself, the Quester also taught others knowledge. He weighed, examined, and arranged many proverbs. The Quester did his best to find the right words and write the plain truth.( )The words of the wise prod us to live well. They’re like nails hammered home, holding life together. They are given by God, the one Shepherd.

“But regarding anything beyond this, dear friend, go easy. There’s no end to the publishing of books, and constant study wears you out so you’re no good for anything else. The last and final word is this: Fear God. Do what he tells you.”

Stop looking in all the wrong places for a life perfectly designed to make you complete. Visit and read these posts and learn what more and more of us are discovering lead to the life we all pursue.

Media Contact: Douglas Knight King’s Servants, 812 483 9489, knight.doug@insightbb.com

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