“You complete me!” Often this is something we find ourselves saying while madly in love with someone, or, let’s be honest, even to our favorite guilty pleasure—”You complete me, Starbucks!” (We’ve all been there at one point or another).
But is the phrase “You complete me” really even true? Even more so, is this way of living beneficial to us or the people we too often believe are the answer to the gaps in our life?
As we begin a new year, a new decade, we’ll be taking a look at this idea of another person or thing like our job having the power to make us whole. Because while our natural tendency is to run to relationships to complete us, in the end Jesus is the only person who has that kind of power in our lives.
Want new content automatically?
Subscribe to our podcast to get the latest content delivered automatically to your devices. You’ll always stay up to date on the go or wherever you are!