Contentment Is a Spiritual Discipline

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In today’s video, we discover that real contentment isn’t tied to our circumstances at all. It doesn’t matter if we have little or a lot, if we’re full or hungry, if everything is going perfectly or to chaos; we can be content despite it all.

Contentment is a spiritual discipline that, like a muscle, must be worked out and developed.

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This video is a part of a series of videos I am doing for my new Bible study through the book of Philippians.

In this series, I dig way down deep into verses from the book of Philippians. We will look at the Greek words used in these verses to gain deeper and wider understanding of what Paul wrote to the Philippian church.

In this series, you will see how I portion off my Bible journaling page to make room to:

  1. Write out the verse
  2. Write out the key words
  3. Write the verse out again in my own words

This process is a type of Biblical mediation that I use, often writing the verse back to myself in my own words.

Now, I’m not terribly creative, so my pages aren’t very pretty, but they are useful and my reason for Bible journaling isn’t art expression, but to just really get to know God’s Word on a much deeper level.

To learn more about my method of Bible journaling, you can visit my post here: How to Do Bible Journaling When You’re Not Artistic

So, without further ado, Philippians 4:11

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