Wednesday, 18 March 2009


There is a fine line between complacency and contentment. The line is not so fine between discontent and contentment. Even rich people never appear to be content, but there’s something about doing good and being satisfied with what you have. Seeing the riches in the blessings around you from health and provision to having good relationships around you should at least leave you content without having room for complacency. Especially in trying times, finding contentment in doing that which is right is worth its weight in gold.

If you live right, you will have plenty to eat; if you don't live right, you will go away empty. (Proverbs 13:25)

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