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Are You a Complainer


“Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall to the ground outside your Father’s care.”

~ Jesus

Are you a complainer? Your first answer might be: NO. Mine was. Until I recorded a Word of the Week by that title recently.

You might say, “what’s so bad about complaining?” Everyone does it. You can complain about your health, your job, your spouse or your mouse in your house.

Let me ask you this, do you know people who are complainers? If you do, one thing is sure, you won’t want to spend a lot of time listening to them. Why? Maybe because they get on your nerves. Weigh you down. Give you something you need to shake off later.

Complaining is something we all may do from time to time. But if you find yourself complaining on a regular basis, you might want to give this some attention.

God’s solution for complaining is simple, “Cast all your anxiety on Me because I care for you.” He cares for YOU.

Complaining, after-all, is just an attempt to get others to care about us, isn’t it? In the end you will always feel gypped. And on top of that you might find yourself alone too. Because people’s ears get tired and besides that no human can deliver like God does.

The next time someone asks you, “How are you doing today?” Take time to think about your answer. Let’s sound like someone who has their hope planted in God’s compassion and capacity.

People need this today. Let’s bring it!

In His Love and Mine,

Kathleen Dillard

Kathleen Dillard


For additional reading check out Keith Green’s article on Grumbling and Complaining.

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