“the greatest sin you can commit is the sin of ingratitude”

Ingratitude was what Satan planted in Eve to tempt her of the forbidden fruit. If they were grateful for the 9 they have, they wouldn’t be after that 1.

It’s funny how we are similar. We are given so many blessings and things to be grateful for but, we allow comparison or what we don’t have to reduce what God’s given us.

We allow things that are covered with the label of sin to entice us when our focus should be on eternity

Contentment doesn’t mean we should be lazy and remain in one place.

Contentment is telling God, I know you have somewhere better but, I am going to be faithful with what you’ve given me today

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David knew he was going to be king. He was anointed at a young age but do you know how long it took it to be crowned as king? 40 whole years.

It took him years. Did he waver in his faith? No.

He stood on what God said and he praises God and was obedient to him

God will help us in Jesus name 🙏🏾. Don’t let the enemy steal your praise

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One thought on “Ingratitude

  1. “Ingratitude is a sin” I agree with this, praise is a commandment anchored on psalm.150:6. That’s ingratitude is disobedience to God’s commandment


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