..Godliness accompanied with contentment(that contentment which is a sense of inward sufficiency) is great and abundant gain. –1 Timothy 6:6.
The Bible says that godliness accompanies with contentment is great and abundant gain. What I take from that is a godly person who is content is in the very best place he can possibly be.
Joy doesn’t come from having your circumstances in order and under control; it comes from what’s in your heart. For example, the world is full of people who have what they think they want, and they’re still not happy. In fact, some of the most unhappy people in the world are people who seem to “have it all.”
Contentment is not about fame or being well-known, how much money you have, your position at work or your social circle. It’s not found in your level of education or what side of the tracks you were born on. Contentment is a heart attitude.
There’s nobody happier than a truly thankful person, a truly content person. The word content means “being satisfied to the point where nothing disturbs you not matter what’s going on, but not satisfied to the point that you never want any change.”
We all want to see things get better. But where you are right this minute doesn’t have to disturb you. You can choose to believe that God is working and things are changing, and you will see the result of it in due time.
Life is all about the choices we make… so choose contentment and satisfaction every single day of your life. You won’t go wrong when you do.
From the book “Promises for our everyday life.”