Pathway to Victory Daily Devotion

Paul’s Secrets to Learning Contentment

May 29, 2020

Contentment means being at peace with the unchangeable circumstances, choices, and mistakes that shape our destiny. In Philippians 4:11-13, the apostle Paul wrote, “I have learned to be content in whatever circumstances I am.

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Money Can Never Satisfy the Desire for More

May 28, 2020

King Solomon was the wealthiest man of his day, and he talked about the futility of money. In Ecclesiastes 5, Solomon gave six reasons that money will never satisfy our deepest needs.

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Two Myths That Rob You of Contentment

May 27, 2020

Let me share with you two myths that we often buy into that fuel our desire for more. Myth number one: “I can have it all.” That’s particularly popular in our American culture.

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Comparison Is the Enemy of Contentment

May 26, 2020

Comparison is an attitude of dissatisfaction with God’s provisions for my life that leads to an obsession with having more.

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Choosing Contentment over Comparison

May 25, 2020

Years ago, I learned about the futility of comparing yourself to other people from a most unlikely source. It was the summer of 1984, and Amy and I went with our good friends, the Lovvorns, on a vacation to California

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The Foundation for Choosing Relaxation over Stress

May 22, 2020

How do you deal with the unavoidable stress of life? Spend some time every day doing something you enjoy. If you want to get through a stressful day, make sure you have programmed into your day some time to do something you enjoy doing.

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Keys to Choosing Relaxation over Stress

May 21, 2020

While it is true that all stress cannot (and should not) be removed, there are some unnecessary sources of stress that are especially harmful because they tend to be prolonged.

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A Proper Perspective on Stress

May 20, 2020

While it is true that all stress cannot (and should not) be removed, there are some unnecessary sources of stress that are especially harmful because they tend to be prolonged.

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