Contentment through Flexibility
In a letter to friends at Philippi, the battered apostle [Paul] revealed his “secret”doing all things through Him. There’s something commendable in that approach to life. There are simply some thingswhatever our disability or life situation might beabout which we need to be flexible.
Leaning on the strength of his Lord, Paul learned to be satisfied. With an empty stomach or a full one. In days of health or when he had to depend on others in his disability. In the comfortable homes of dear Christian friends or deep in the bowels of a Roman dungeon. In Christ, he was flexible. And because of that flexibility, God blessed him with great contentment.
Excerpted from Secret Strength by Joni Eareckson Tada
In what situation in your life do you need to work on flexibility?