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Friday, November 5, 2021

Each year the senior class chooses a theme along with a Bible verse to focus on for that school year. After much discussion, the class of 2022 decided to make “Satisfied: God is Enough” our theme for this year, based off Psalm 73:25-26. This verse reads, “Whom have I in heaven but you? And there is nothing on earth that I desire besides you. My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.”

Although the senior class talked about several theme ideas, our overall prayer was that the theme would point to the importance of Jesus being our everything and that the students at PCS would better learn what it means to be completely whole in Christ. I think the word “satisfied” paints a beautiful picture of how Jesus fills us up and how He alone is enough.

In the midst of a broken world and the confusion that we face right now, this verse acknowledges that the world will fail us. We will be let down by both circumstances and relationships. However, the good news is that when we make Jesus our greatest desire, He will never fail us! Things of this world may temporarily satisfy us, but Christ alone will ALWAYS satisfy our hearts!

To many who think of the word “satisfy,” contentment comes to mind. Although that is the end result of being satisfied in Christ, there are certain things that believers are called to actively pursue before they can truly feel complete. Some things in my life that have strengthened my faith are time spent in the Word, prayer, Christian fellowship, and serving. Only when your foundation is secure in Christ can you rest in the satisfaction of being completely whole in Him!

Our prayer as a senior class is that the students at PCS would develop stronger relationships with the Lord this year that will leave them feeling satisfied in the midst of a changing world. As busy as our schedules may be, Jesus should be our number one priority, and together we should be actively seeking the Lord as our most important desire! He alone can satisfy!

ByMadison Doeden, class of 2022 

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