The Apostle Paul says in Philippians 4, “I have learned to be content in all circumstances.”
Contentment is a learned skill. It’s an inner ability, acquired over time through practice, much in the same way as people develop the ability to make jump shots or play the piano.
Contentment is not a result of circumstances. It is the result of a certain way of living. It’s an inside job. “I have learned,” Paul says, “to be content.”
In this message we will look at a few things people who learn to be content learn to do along the way.