SEVEN (7) REASONS GOD HATES COMPLAINING…

REMEMBER…COMPLAINING IS THE OPPOSITE OF THANKSGIVING!

BE BLESSTIFIED!

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The rich young ruler in the books of Matthew 19 and Mark 10 told Jesus that he kept all of the commandments from his youth up, but the Lord quickly reminded him that he was lacking something.

That’s true for all of us. No matter how much we may try to live upright, we will always remain lacking in some area.

You may not be a fornicator, an adulterer, a drunk, a murderer…you may go to church every time the doors open. You may be very generous in your giving …


BUT DO YOU COMPLAIN?


God HATES complaining. He doesn’t hate complainers, but He does hate it when we complain. One of Israel’s greatest, most consistent sins while in the wilderness was that of complaining and murmuring. In fact, it was their complaining that made an 11-day trip last 40 years.

God hates complaining so much he allowed His own children…

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  1. I love Philippians 2:14-18, “Do all things without grumbling or questioning, that you may be blameless and innocent children of God without blemish in the midst of a crooked and perverse generation, among whom you shine as lights in the world, holding fast the Word of Life, so that in the day of Christ you may be happy you did; glad and rejoicing!”
    I tried to click and read you original message in full, but it wasn’t there.
    Blessings and grace and peace to you Minister Aldtric!

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