Spiritual Contentment

Father, I pray that whoever is reading this
Your divine power and love be in their
Minds, hearts and souls in Jesus Name.

In a world that’s growing more and more complicated, the word spiritual might seem like an odd concept. But it’s exactly the thing we need to remind us of our value and worth as children of God. We were created for spiritual contentment—not just happiness or satisfaction but true peace in our relationship with God.

In this article, we’ll explore how you can gain contentment through your connection with God: what it is, how to find it, and how to keep it strong and vibrant in your life every day.

You don’t need to perfect your character to be able to experience contentment.

Contentment isn’t about being perfect. Many people think that contentment is a state of perfection; they believe it can only be found when all of their desires are fulfilled and they’ve reached the pinnacle of human potential. This is not true. Contentment isn’t a condition of perfecting your character or achieving some impossible ideal, but rather it’s an attitude of mind, heart, soul, and spirit that you can cultivate regardless of what’s happening in your life right now or in the past!

Contentment doesn’t mean you’re happy with everything. It means that you’re happy with what you have and who you are. You can be content even when things aren’t perfect because deep down inside you know that everything is working out for your good.

You can be content with how things are, even though you may be longing for something more. Contentment isn’t about being happy all of the time; it’s about finding joy and peace even when life is hard.

If you keep up with your spiritual journey, you’ll find contentment in a way that only comes from within. The journey may be long and winding at times, but the reward is worth it. Don’t give up on yourself or your dreams; they are all inside of you waiting to be fulfilled!

Remember, Satan is a liar!