We can define the act of complaining in many ways: sin, a sign of immaturity, a negative mindset, or lack of faith. Either way, when left unattended grumbling can be a character flaw or weakness. Remember the children of Israel? Were they not roller-coaster complainers?! It didn’t matter how many times God came through for them, when circumstances turned for the worst, the people reverted to gripping and belly aching. Sounds familiar? It stands to reason that if habits are learned they can also be unlearned. Yes, we can replace bad habits with good ones. So embark on a campaign to be thankful and look for reasons despite the circumstances to rejoice in everything (I Thessalonians 5:18).


About Lowellpinnock

I am a 4given sinner saved by the blood of Christ.
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