“I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. – Philippians 4:11
A famous preacher once told of a bankrupt man who said he had been ruined by a new sofa. The man explained, “That sofa was the bad beginning – - it was too fine for me. It made my old chairs and table look awful, and so I bought new ones. Then the curtains had to be replaced. The furniture in the other rooms were sold, and new articles were bought to correspond with what we had in the parlor. Soon we found that the house was not good enough for the furniture, and so we moved into a larger one. And now, here I am, bankrupt.”
Contentment is being satisfied with everything you have. One of our family sayings is, “If you’re not content with what you have, you will never be content with what you want.”
· Try to be content in an area that has bothered you.
· Father God, thank you for all you have given me. Amen!
In His Grip,