Have you ever watched house hunters? It’s a TV show about people looking for a house to buy. It may be in the US or another country. The people go from house to house searching for the “perfect one”. The more I see this show the more I realize we, as a whole, are very unthankful people. Some of the rational for not buying a certain house range from the color of the walls, to the bathroom not being large enough to not having the “right” appliances. Instead of complaining about some of those things we need to be thankful for them.
Does the color of a wall matter? What matters is that you have a wall.
Does the size of a bathroom change anything? Is it useable, then praise God. There are countries whose facilities are a hole in the ground.
Will the food be “more cooked” or taste better because you have a stainless steel stove compared to a white one? Thank God if you have a stove, there are people who do not have a home never mind a stove.
We need to be thankful. We need to be thankful. We need to be thankful for what we have, not desire what we don’t have.
Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content. Philippians 4:11
Have a blessed day,
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