"What does it mean to be content? In today’s world, most people would comment that we need to have as much as we want. But there is a difference between having what we need and having what we want. If you think about it, our real needs are clothing, food, water, medication, and a place to live. Our needs seem to have changed a lot in the last 80 years or so. Paul the apostle writes to the Philippian believers that he is able to have and not have, that he has learned how to live with much and with little. In fact, Paul actually says, ""I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me"" (PHILIPPIANS 4:13). What does “all things” mean? As believers, we should read the Bible and assess between what we have and what we need. There is a big difference. Being content is a godly form
of self-sufficiency that grows from our trust in Christ.
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