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"I have learned, in whatever state I am, in this to be content."
- Phil. 4:10-23
 
When Paul wrote the words of this text, he was deprived of almost everything, except contentment. Because of his relationship to the all-sufficient Savior, he had learned how to be happy without many of the things that will not last. He was a contented Christian.
 
Christian friends, If chronic dissatisfaction is plaguing your life, ask yourself these simple questions: First, is Christ at the center of all my endeavors? Second, am I confessing my needs with my desires? and finally, could I be happy with less? The economic pressures of inflation may be the opportunity for some of us to restructure our lives. If we look at this positively, trusting God, we may actually . . .

"I have learned, in whatever state I am, in this to be content."
- Phil. 4:10-23
 
When Paul wrote the words of this text, he was deprived of almost everything, except contentment. Because of his relationship to the all-sufficient Savior, he had learned how to be happy without many of the things that will not last. He was a contented Christian.
 
Christian friends, If chronic dissatisfaction is plaguing your life, ask yourself these simple questions: First, is Christ at the center of all my endeavors? Second, am I confessing my needs with my desires? and finally, could I be happy with less? The economic pressures of inflation may be the opportunity for some of us to restructure our lives. If we look at this positively, trusting God, we may actually develop a simpler lifestyle that is more satisfying than anything we have known in our years of abundance.
 
Fret not for want of earthly things
That cannot satisfy;
The secret of contentment is
To let the LORD supply.
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - Contentment if sound not in having everything, but in being satisfied with everything you have. 

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