Ingratitude is prevalent, human, and pa9nful, so let’s be grateful.
The Danger of Ingratitude. Luke 17:11-19
INTRO.: As our nation celebrates Thanksgiving, we must be aware many are not as grateful as they should be. Some of us are so busy enjoying the good things of life like food, family, and fellowship we forget to thank God for these blessings.
Unthankfulness, Thanksgiving Holiday
Christian/Church Of Christ
This text in Romans chapter one reveals the sin of ingratitude and just how bad it is in God’s mind.
INTRO.- ILL.- A Sunday School teacher asked her class what they were thankful for. One little boy said, “My glasses.” When asked why he was thankful for his glasses, he said, “Because they keep the boys from fighting me and the girls from kissing me.”
This is the season of thanksgiving and we
Continuing a series on the Minor Prophets
Today I continue my series on the Minor Prophets by looking at the prophet Hosea. With each prophet, we are forced to look at the very sketchy information they provide about themselves within the word we find written in Scripture. And in each way we try to find the answer to several important
Ot Prophets, Unthankfulness
A grateful heart is necessary to a healthy walk with God.
“Gratitude, or Ingratitude?”
The story is told of a man who had traveled to a distant city on business. While walking through the city he happened upon a man whom he known some years before. The man, who had fallen upon hard times, was now a homeless beggar. The businessman,
Luke 17:11-19, Luke 19:1-10
Character, Gratitude, Unthankfulness