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Comfort vs. Contentment
A first-century Roman proverb warns: “Money is like seawater: the more a man drinks, the thirstier he becomes.” Now, I don’t know if Jesus knew that saying—maybe He did. He certainly understood the principle, if His lifestyle is any indication. He kept it simple, trusted God, had what He needed, and didn’t covet more. Romans […]


Be in the Moment
“Savor it and take it all in. You will never get that moment back.”— Carla Tocquigny We tend to live in the future, not in the present. When you were growing up, you couldn’t wait until you finished elementary, middle, or high school. You were anxious to drive your own car and truly experience freedom. […]


Challenge and need for online content curation by Christians
There is a big need in the fields of evangelism, discipleship and missions, to offer people a 'best of' list of resources, perhaps with added value advice too.


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Content in the Bible - a Christian perspective
Paul says that while he appreciates the gifts that have been given to him by the people, he doesn't need them to be content. He's found the secret to contentedness in all situations and it is God


Contentment in the Bible: 1 Timothy 6:6-7
Christians should learn to practice true contentment: being satisfied with the Word of God and a righteous life. None of the physical goods people seek after will last or do them any good after death, so it makes much more sense to learn to be content without such distractions.


"Content" in the Bible: Philippians 4:10-12
Is there a secret to being content in every situation, no matter what is going on in your life? According to this passage, the answer is yes--whether we're rich or poor, sick or healthy, God provides a spirit of contentment to replace the feelings of bitterness or envy that we're otherwise prone to.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Making the Most of it - #5603
Look, you may not like the situation you're in right now, your location, your singleness, your sickness, your job, your church. But instead of lamenting your spot, God wants you to experience the wonderful joy and contentment that comes from saying, "Hey, I'm here. I'm going to be here a while. I'm going to make the most of it!"