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Charlene Mozee Harris January 5, 2013 at 9:57 am

This article on being content is so uplifting and needed in our society as it is today. Everyone wanting more and more and not appreciating what we have. Thank you for sharing. I personally needed a reminder today.

Johanna January 6, 2013 at 11:40 am

Hi! Jesus used this email to speak right to me about contentness! I’m so happy about His amazing Grace and the patience He showed me all my life! I also wan’t to ask you if
I can serve you(and all your readers) with my life-story especially the time before I accepted Jesus as my Lord and did an abortion in week 21-23( I was 18 years old at the time). I’m from Sweden and have written about my experience and I have it translated into english so if you would like to share that story or use my experience in any other way please let me know.

My life is very different from then, I’m married to a Christian man and have a big family(9 children). My time is of course limited because of natural reasons but my heart burns for the Lord and I wish to open eyes concerning abortion. Here in Sweden statistically every fourth woman has gone through with at least one abortion.

Thankful for your newsletter.

Johanna

Bri January 8, 2013 at 10:02 am

Thanks for this beautiful message of contentment. Infact, it is an eye opener. For once i realised contentment is an attitude and not our wealth. Thanks alot..

Deedee Lewis December 7, 2016 at 5:57 pm

Loved the points brought up here on contentment. I liked the example of the $5 extra spending money versus the $20 spending money you used. It’s so true that if we aren’t happy with what we already have, there is a higher likelihood that we will not be content with more.

Apostle Canaan Majola May 9, 2019 at 1:04 pm

I am so greatly blessed to receive such a powerful teaching on contentment. Indeed some of the troubles we experience as Christians are as a result of lack of contentment. We always thought contentment is dependant on material possessions forgeting that it is a learning curve for a fulfilled Christian life. It is a state of mind in Christ Jesus, resting assured that He is in control of the situation and thereby not making haste (Prov.28:20; Is.28:16). Thank you so much bt David.





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