Do we try so hard to find contentment that we overlook it along the way?
Contentment is not very far away, it's right inside of us...
Martha Washington wrote, "The greater part of happiness or misery depends on our disposition and not our circumstances."
Contentment is a choice of a learned attitude.
If the present is not to our liking and it cannot be readily changed, then we should set our hearts, our dispositions, to learn contentment in spite of our circumstance.
Learning to be contented involves choosing to accept the circumstances we are in and doing all that we can to make the best of them.
Trusting God to meet our needs is an essential art of learning to be contented.
The apostle Paul says, "Not that I was ever in need, for I have learned how to be content with whatever I have."
This same God who takes care of me will supply all your needs from his glorious riches, which have been given to us in Christ Jesus.
Today's Inspiration: Life Promises for Women
Until Next Time
Play the hand you are dealt
and enjoy the game as much as possible.