The work of contentment is not merely to lower your expectations or settle for current circumstances as “OK, I guess.” It is to open your eyes to the abundance God has lavished on you (and your family) exactly as and where you are.
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How to Cultivate Contentment in Your Home (Part 2) Caleb French
How to Cultivate Discontentment in Your Home (Part 1) Caleb French
Driving every sinful grasp for money is a discontented heart reaching for something to “fix what’s wrong” with your circumstances. As dads, we must lead the way in living a lifestyle marked by contentment and satisfaction.