Category Archives: The Art of Divine Contentment

Not one word…

A contented spirit is a silent spirit; he hath not one word to say against God… Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 106.

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Competency of grace…

Though we should be contented with a competency of estate, yet not with a competency of grace. Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 102.

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Tents of Kedar…

It is dangerous living in the tents of Kedar. Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 101.

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Easier disease than health…

…it is easy to catch a disease from another, but not to catch health. Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 101.

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Making a trade of sin…

Though, in regard of externals, a man should be in every estate content, yet he must not be content in such a condition wherein God is apparently dishonoured. If a man’s trade be such that he can hardly use it, … Continue reading

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Sin doth strengthen…

The longer a man stays in his sin, the more sin doth strengthen. Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 99.

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Rot in sin…

…when men do mellow with the sun of prosperity, commonly their souls begin to rot in sin. Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 91.

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