Philippians 2:14 Do everything without complaining or arguing, 15 so that you may be blameless and pure, children of God without fault in a crooked and perverse generation, in which you shine as lights in the world.

There’s a temptation to complain about someone or something. We’ll look at the positive verses the negative. We’ll magnify what we don’t have instead of rejoicing about what we do have. In relationships, we’ll see what’s wrong with our spouse instead of all that’s right. If we’re not mindful to view the brighter side of things, we’ll end off an old negative bitter person that no one wants to be around.

When we get the urge to complain about someone or something, we need to catch ourselves, and construct a compliment. Give a compliment to God for giving us life and supplying all we need. Find something nice to say about your supervisor. Compliment your spouse for doing a good job with a certain task.

As many complaints as we can find towards someone or something, we can find the same number of compliments towards someone or something. What compliments are you going to give today?