Contentment or Corruption, Part One
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Contentment or Corruption, Part One

From Series: Household of Faith, Volume 2

1 Timothy 6:6-10 (ID: 1992)

The world seduces us with suggestions for happiness--wealth, power, the ideal weight, and bigger, faster, fancier possessions. Alistair Begg suggests that the acquisition of all these things only leaves the heart longing for more. Christian contentment is found in trusting in God’s provision rather than placing our hope in what we can acquire.