Tuesday, November 20, 2018, 04:44
Why is it that Christians seem to complain about things just as much and sometimes even more than non-Christians?
Why are Christians dissatisfied with the things around them?
In our country this month we have seen families lose everything all worldly possessions, homes, clothing, cars business, pleases of work we have seen total destruction of complete towns everything reduced to ashes.
Seeing this and knowing there are thousands of people without a change of clothing, without a roof over their head, without a shelf with even a piece of bread on it, and even with knowing this complain because something is out of place, or the color is just not right or I don’t like this shirt I’m just tiered of wearing it, I need, I won’t.
i am not sure how to describe what i am trying to say, it just really bothers me that we complain so much about things that have no real value, things that are not life threating, tings that might be a discomfort to us.
i believe things are discomforting to us because we do not have our eyes on Crist we have them on stuff and things, we do not truly care about others we care more about our own comfort,
Christ said I will never leave you nor forsake you, and He also said deny me before man and I will deny you before My Father, to complain is to deny the blessings of Christ for is Christ is your provider then what ever you have should be surfactant for your needs and you should be grateful for it, not complaining about it or striving to get more or something different.
Think about it
Live a life of gratitude for the one who has saved your sole

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As time went on He just sat, knoqing, knowing what no one else seemed to know.

But staring in to the red leave's He knew spring was on it's way, and that His life would go on as He reflected on the Love He had felt.

And that no mater how the lonely streets desended upon Him He would continue to shin, as He sat their He could be heard sining softly to Himself,   This little light of mine.

Hodgepenny's philosphy has always been take care of home first, only give to those who are truly in need, never, No never take anything that you have not earned. always spend as much time with the Father as you can, for His love will guide and keep you through all things, and this will make your life better than great.


in the Wilderness