When it comes to being satisfied or content with what we have, most things we see, hear, and read in today’s culture are opposite of what the Bible teaches. To be content is to be satisfied, to be full, and happy. Over and over again, the Bible teaches that, as followers of Christ, we should develop an attitude of contentment in life, regardless of circumstance. In this world, we are told never to be content, to always need more. Whether that be more money, newer technology, a bigger house, or a better anything, we’re always needing more. 1 Timothy 6 reveals the truth about contentment and the attitudes that pastors must exhibit from the pulpit of their life. Paul says in 1 Timothy 6:10, “For the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil, for which some have strayed from the faith in their greediness, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.” Pastors, in fact, anyone who is a Christian, is warned about loving money. Our love needs to be designated and dedicated to God above all things. This is the secret to contentment: We learn not to love wealth but to love and work for God.
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