I read a statement the other day that I found powerful and compelling and, well... sticky. You know--it stuck with me.
"Where you come to believe you belong is where you will stay." ~Lysa TerKeurst
Twenty years ago I was dating my high-school sweetheart, daydreaming and planning our wedding and our life together. He eventually proposed to me, and I said yes. I had come to believe that he was where I belonged. So, when feelings of discontent and hopes of something different fluttered into my mind, I dismissed them, because I was where I belonged, after all. It took a lot of prodding and poking from the Spirit, but I eventually came to listen to those feelings. I moved on. My heart longed for more.
I don't think this is too dis-similar from our lives as Christians.
We listen to the lies of Satan, believing that we're bound by our sin, and deserving of nothing better. Or we just stay content with what this world has to offer, and slowly forget that we were made for so much more.
Let God rekindle that longing in your heart. Listen to it. Let the Spirit nurture it. For it is a longing for heaven. An urge to find more. A desire to be whole. Heaven is the only place we truly belong.