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How should we understand contentment and how do we keep from confusing this idea with something like apathy or indifference?
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Grumbling never travels alone. It can become a domino effect and lead us to other sins.
When we remember that all human effort lies prostrate before the throne of God’s providence, we’ll strive in prayer.
When we speak of God’s triunity, we aren’t being academically picky. We’re proclaiming the heart of the Christian faith.
As believers, we’re confident that “the work which His goodness began, the arm of His strength will complete.”
If ever we’re going to learn to be content, we must live with the confident expectation that the best is yet to come.
Innumerable things occupy our thoughts. One of our greatest needs is to fix our fluttering thoughts on God.
Si alguna vez vamos a aprender a contentarnos, debemos vivir con la expectativa segura de que lo mejor está por venir.
Meditating on God’s Character
Meditating on God’s immutability provides strength amidst trying circumstances, troubling sins, and nagging doubts.
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Everyone meditates. Really? Yes. Our minds are constantly dwelling on something.