We live among a perverse and crooked generation, but we should be the light to such a generation.
When people are crooked or perverse, we should not live like them. Whatever the circumstances, we should keep God’s commandments, even if we live alone.
Something other could be that we are living like fools, but that is how we express our real commitment to the truth.
Another way for Christians to live without murmuring and disputing.
A murmur might be either mental or vocal.
It will go as serious of thought in our minds, and those will occasionally enter into words.
So there is a transformation in mood during mummering.
It’s a struggle, but it’s a commandment.
Do everything without arguing.
On a worldwide scale, the one who shuts the other person’s mouth wins.
“I simply asked him one question, and he just kept its mouth shut.”
However, in the Christian scale, the one who stops their fight is the winner, or the person who puts an end to the fight is the winner.
What exactly is a trial? It is a difficult situation.
Then you’ll need something to hold onto when you’re on the trails.
The Kingdom of God is invisible, but we should hold on to something, and that thing is God’s word, “to his word.”
So, in the face of trails, we must hold to the word.
But just because we go through trials does not imply we will succeed; it is very important how we react in trials; when God allows trials in our lives, we should not murmur or dispute. We must hold on to God’s word in order to succeed.
God should give grace to hold to the promise and keep the promises.
Source: A paraphrase of a sermon presented by a preacher.