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The Art of Divine Contentment

Narrated by: David Cochran Heath
Length: 4 hrs and 49 mins
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Based on Philippians 4:11, I have learned, in whatever state I am therewith to be content, Watson considers the great dishonor done to almighty God by the sin of discontent. The doctrine of Christian contentment is clearly illustrated and profitably applied. The special cases where, through changes in providences, discontentment most commonly arises are examined and preservatives are applied to the soul.

Public Domain (P)2011 eChristian

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A beautiful book

we'll read and a beautiful book. I will listen to this book several times over and have since accquired a hardcopy

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  • 03-05-2017

Essential messages for Christians today.

A practical and helpful look at how to 'learn to be content' which is as relevant today (or more so) as when first written. Easy to understand and with plenty of scripture references. Helpful for those struggling with anxiety, difficult circumstances or for anyone wanting to develop their walk with the Lord.

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  • 29-04-2019

Clear teaching on perhaps a most ignored doctrine

Art is indeed a good word for this phenomenon as once has to biblically discern it's true meaning . Watson will not disappoint