Charles Spurgeon said, “If you are not content with what you have, you would not be satisfied if it were doubled.”
Contentment is an attitude of knowing God’s plan for your life, having the conviction to live it, and believing that God’s peace is greater than the world’s problems.
Today, many are discontented – not because they aren’t doing well but because others are doing better.
Worldly goals are robbing believers of contentment. Lack of peace, lack of spiritual growth and doubts about God are warning flags.