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Thursday, October 8, 2020

When we grumble, complain, judge, and criticize, are we living a life of purpose and meaning?

When we grumble, complain, judge, and criticize, it means we have gotten our eyes off of the important and off what matters. Remaining in You (Lord) and in the Holy Bible, as John 15 tells us, is what we are to focus on. If we are grumbling, complaining, judging, and/or criticizing, then we are not remaining in Your and in your Word.

How much better, and more meaningful, would our lives be if we realized what we have a problem with really does not matter at all in the grand scheme of things?

Does it help when we grumble, complain, judge, or criticize? Does it make our life, or that of another's, better, purposeful, or more meaningful?

When we get our eyes off of what matters, You and the Bible, we think and do some crazy things.

When we remain in You, Father God, and focus our minds on You and the Bible, we can see things more clearly and focus on the eternal and not on the temporal things of this world. This is when we live a life of purpose. This is when we live a life of meaning.

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