Two Things Are Never Satisfied.

…“So two or three cities wandered to another city to drink water, but they were not satisfied: yet you have not returned to Me, “says the Lord. Amos 4:8 NKJV.

Satisfied, sabe’a, Strong’s #7646: To be filled with satisfaction; to sate (overabundance, glut, indulge to full) satiate, fill, supply abundantly. Related words appear in Gen. 41:29, seven years of “plenty”; in Job 42:17, Job died when satisfied with his long life(“full of days”); in Ps. 16:11, “fullness” of joy is found in God’s presence; and in Isa. 23:18, God’s people may eat “sufficiently.”never satisfied22

The most common usage of sabe’a concerns being filled with food or drink until one is satisfied. According to Proverbs 27:20, two things that are never satisfied are hell and man’s eyes.

 

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