Who are you? Steve Austin’s weekly affirmation #2 is all about contentment. Maya Angelou said, “We have much less than we think we need.” Don’t miss this – contentment comes from within, not from without.
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Welcome to Week Two of Steve Austin’s weekly affirmation episode. Each week, this will be a mix of affirmations, meditation, contemplation, and prayer. Steve hopes it encourages you to get silent, look deep into your soul, below the surface of all the noise and find out who you are at the core of your being.
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WEEK TWO’S THEME: CONTENTMENT.
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Music provided by Tony Anderson. Check out Tony’s website here. Tony says, “What I write is simply an overflow of interactions I have with my own brokenness. Some of it comes in dreams – other times it emerges from seasons of sorrow, humiliation, warfare, joy, and pain. In each piece, I am audibly sharing my heart, and it is the highest privilege to hear from people who resonate with it.” Music from the score of “The Heart of Man”. Get information on the film here.
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