I wasn't happy with the kitchen set up at my place and not happy of how slowly my local church isn't growing; I'm just a regular attender (Lord willing, I'll be a member in due time). So I was seeking about greener places both my living quarters and at my local church to the point where (on paper it had all the things I wanted) I was thinking uprooting my life to go to a different church in a different city and different state (No, I'm not talking about MN).
But I realized after those two things happen, I asked myself, I thought I was in the state of contentment but clearly I'm not.
"But godliness actually is a means of great gain when accompanied by contentment. For we have brought nothing into the world, so we cannot take anything out of it, either. If we have food and covering, with these we shall be content." - 1st Timothy 6:6-8 NASB2020
Being Biblically Content is an extremely hard thing for any person living in a wealthy country like the USA; especially when everyone including most Christians that live in USA would say, pack up and leave and do whatever makes me happy. Yeah, NO that is the wrong answer; the correct answer is "All of Christ for All of Life" a Doug Wilson phrase that I use to often.
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