I have learned in whatever situation I am to be content. I know how to be brought low and how to abound (Philippians 4:11b-12).
Last month we looked at abundance, which is a perfect lead-in to this month’s theme: contentment. This time of year can be one of abundance, especially for our social calendars and waistlines!
But it can also be a time of sore discontent.
When we aren’t feeling abundance, either due to financial stress or the loss of a loved one, the upcoming months can be difficult. How do we carry on in a state of contentment when we’re dealing with insecurity, loneliness, or grief?
Plus, let’s face it: We all struggle with discontent sometimes. It’s an unpleasant feeling and one that usually leads to sin. It’s important to remind ourselves of the great benefits of a content heart.
We’re going to take a deep dive into our theme with the following lesson topics:
- Defining Contentment: What is it?
- Observing Contentment: Where do we see it in Scripture?
- Finding Contentment: How do we find it?
- Cultivating Contentment: How can we increase it?
You have the option to enroll in the course at Teachable. As always, if you’re already enrolled in our Glorify course, you have access to all of our materials.
Upon enrolling in the study, you’ll also get these stunning graphic goodies! This might be one of my favorite sets so far this year.
Just looking for the Free Scripture Writing Plan? You can snag that by clicking here.
(Note: If you want to print the Scripture Writing Plan directly from your phone, you’ll have to download it to your phone or print from the Dropbox app, which is a completely free app available on both Android and iOS phones. 🙂 )
All of us at the Ruffled Mango hope this month brings you true contentment as you grow closer to God. Stay content, lovelies! ❤️ ~Kelly