It is human nature to complain, grumble and groan about our circumstances. Even the Israelites complained about the manna God provided for them daily while they were wandering in the wilderness. “But now we have lost our appetite; we never see anything but this manna!” Numbers 11:6 (NIV) We live in a world that is high pressure, fast paced and very complex. These things have contributed to negativity in our hearts and minds. C.S. Lewis wrote, “I have noticed that the most balanced minds praise the most, while the cranks and the misfits and the malcontents, they are the ones who are the least grateful.” Because of Jesus and what He did for us by dying on the cross to save us from our sins, we have every reason to be grateful. Gratitude and grace should be our reactions to whatever we are dealing with in life, good or bad. The grace of God makes us complete and we should feel gratitude each and every day.