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Stop my grumbling?

I think God is trying to tell me something. He has a funny way of bringing verses to mind when He’s trying to get my attention. Lately, it’s “Do all things without grumbling…” (Philippians 2:14).


  • Grumbling, also known as murmuring.
  • Generally, done in secret–not out in the open.
  • What is it about grumbling?
  • And is it really about the act of grumbling–or is it deeper than that?


I mean, if I stop grumbling, I haven’t really addressed the underlying issue that leads me to grumble.


So what is it, then? Is it about saying one thing in public and another under my breath? Is it about being dishonest? Or not completely truthful about how I feel about something–or someone? Is it, dare I say, hypocrisy?


Why don’t I–or can’t I–say what I really think–and feel–out loud? Why can’t I be the same person inside and out? Why can’t I be myself?


I don’t have the answer… yet. Just thinking…out loud.

Come alongside… Do you have a habit of grumbling? What is the underlying issue for you?

Big Hugs,

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