A result of not being grateful to God, honoring Him, and giving thanks to Him, is that your foolish heart will be darkened (Rom 1:21). This is a scary pronouncement if you, like most of our culture, have been deceived in to thinking that being constantly dissatisfied is just a normal part of life. 

Life is difficult, and full of snares. So how do we practice contentment knowing that we will often face deeply dissatisfying circumstances every day? The answer is, as usual, that we look to Christ. But what does that MEAN on a daily basis? Join us

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