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Thanks- I needed that refresher press. Add a little starch please!


Peter, can we get too contented? selahV

peter lumpkins


I think we can. But I do not think it is biblical contentment at that point. I think it devolves from virtue to vice somewhere, similarly to fresh bread which yields to mold. Biblical contentedness becomes, then, an unbiblical, fatalistic passivitism, if that makes sense.

With that, I am...



ah, kinda like an apathetic brain cramp, hunh?

Dave Miller

We need to have "contented discontent."

We must be content with what we have, but never content with where we are in our spiritual progress and growth.


Dave, I like to word it this way, " I'm always to be content, but never satisfied."

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