Rachel Jenae

Entitlement vs Gratefulness

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I woke up with a bad cold this morning, runny nose and a soar throat out of the blue and I’m reminded once again that blue skies aren’t something we’re entitled to, but something we’re given. Every breath and every day is a gift. We don’t deserve any of this. We actually deserve much less. And the second we start thinking we deserve this and deserve that, we’ve run a-ground on entitlement. Who told you life would be easy? Who told you this life was about you? Actually weren’t we told the complete opposite? To expect trials and tribulations and that in Him we would find peace for He has overcome…therefore we can overcome. So if you feel frustrated with anything in life, something unexpected it’s throwing your way, take a good look in the mirror and see if entitlement is staring back at you – some area you feel you deserve but life hasn’t given you. God will use all things together for our good if we will choose to let Him. If we’ll come with an attitude of gratefulness for what we do have instead of focusing on what we don’t. He is good, and only does good and if you have breath in your lungs, a house to call home, food in the pantry…I dare say it’s MUCH to be grateful for. When you think everything is deserved you demand everything, but when everything’s a gift you can’t be grateful enough.