Ronnie Martin Wants You to Stop Complaining

The Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are known as a time that bring friends and families together with attitudes of thankfulness and joy. But it’s hard to have a heart of gratitude when food is burning in the oven. When things start to go wrong — as they inevitably do — that’s when we resort to one of the most natural human experiences: grumbling and complaining.

To help you get through the holidays with a heart of contentment centered on Christ, Charles Morris returns to his interview with author Ronnie Martin on a topic many of us would like to avoid but need to hear.


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  • Ted Bates says:

    Decades ago I was told to replace bitterness with gratitude. It is a battle. I do get upset at times and the only thing I can fight my natural inclination to get bitter is to give the Lord a sacrifice of thanksgiving. When I do, I find all kinds of things I am grateful for and it’s a sacrifice of thanksgiving because I have so little thanks to give, but then God gives back. All I have to do is open my eyes to all I have to be thankful for. Thank you Mr. Morris.

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