Everyday Joy Through Contentment | Philippians 4
The Apostle Paul was a follower of Jesus who suffered through imprisonment, hunger and persecution. Amazingly, despite those trials he declared, “I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances.”
When we rejoice in what God has provided, we will not become overwhelmed by what we don’t have.
This Thanksgiving weekend, let’s be thankful for God’s goodness and content in what He has provided. Join us in Philippians 4 as learn “Everyday Joy Through Contentment”!
Each of us has a natural inclination toward being or doing.If you’re more of a being person, maybe you like sitting, savoring, and seeking – you’re content just being.You might lean more toward delegation, determination, and duty – you’re all about accomplishing. You’re a doer.While both of these matter in their appropriate setting, none of the doing is worth doing if it’s not growing out of the being.In Nehemiah chapter 2, we will take a candid assessment of where we are and make a plan for where we are going.
Determined To Achieve