As Christians, we have an enemy who came to kill, to steal, and to destroy us. However, we have been given all the tools and weapons we need to defend ourselves and to live victoriously. It is up to us to root out the things in our lives that drag us down and keep us from being successful. The soul–mind, will and emotions–is constantly under attack. That’s why Paul admonished us to put on the whole armor of God that we can stand and win.
Ungratefulness devalues the service of others and leaves a bad taste for those who give. The root of ungratefulness is selfishness. Those who are habitually ungrateful can change.
1- They take relationships for granted.
2- Relations are always on their terms, moods and conditions.
3- They have highest ego.
4- They are filled with only one ingredient “I, Me, Mine, Myself”.
5- They just seek the feeling of importance.
6- They always complain and blame.
7- They are bad listeners; will listen only having their personal conditions.
8- They assume easily, they judge others in seconds.
9- They think they are always right.
10- They rarely genuinely appreciate; when they do, they have their own interests in mind
1 Thessalonians 5:18: Give thanks in all circumstances, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.