The Attitude Of Gratitude


 Editor    Feb 14 : 17:38
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One of the leading causes of relapse is resentment. When we fail to resolve conflict with others but, instead, let the feelings build to the point of blindness, we become bitter and resentful toward God and those around us.

One of the leading causes of relapse is resentment. When we fail to resolve conflict with others but, instead, let the feelings build to the point of blindness, we become bitter and resentful toward God and those around us. If we remain unchanged, we can eventually walk away from God. It is not only the young immature Christian who struggles with resentment, but also those with many years as disciples. The devil is no respecter of persons. He is looking to pull everyone away from the Lord. When we become resentful, we lose our gratitude for God and for those He has put in our lives. In this short study, we will look at why, as addicts, we need always to be grateful and examine some practicals to help us stay that way.



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