Why Do We Complain?
Preached 1-19-2020 Text: Lamentations 3:27-39
We had a few nice days last week. In fact, last Saturday and Sunday we had record high temperatures reaching into the mid and high 60's. From what I understand the temperatures beat the 150 year record highs for this time of the year. Yesterday and today, all of sudden, we find ourselves back to January weather and the prediction was we were going to get a record storm. As I was trying to get prepared for the storm, I worked for a short time outside getting things ready to plow. I had to get the salt spreader on the truck. That wind was blowing, my hands were freezing, and I found myself complaining to God. Then I thought of Lam. 3:39, and said to myself and the Lord, who am I to complain. Isn't it interesting, last week we had record high temperatures and I wonder how many of us thanked God for the nice weather, but now we have freezing cold weather and we are quick to complain? The truth is that we are inclined to complain more than we give thanks. It just comes natural to complain.
Have you ever stopped to think about all the times we complain to God? We are always griping.
You can listen to this sermon free on this page. To download the MP3 add this item to the shopping cart and check out. There is no charge for the download but any donations given will help us to develop this website further and will help us to pay for the yearly and monthly fees to maintain this site.
Though we make sermons free to people on the internet, this service does cost
us a considerable amount of money. Our church has many expenses involved in
making these available. If you would be led of the Lord to donate to this
ministry please use the donation box below. If you would like to also donate to the general expenses of our church ministry go to the following link..