An EpiPen for Ingratitude

Date: 3/7/2010
Type: Sunday Sermon
Topic: Thankfulness
Price: FREE

I want us to consider today’s sermon as a sort of EpiPen. For spiritually, no less than physically, there are certain things that if we get them in our system, they will kill us. And one of these is ingratitude. Webster defines ingratitude as “lack of gratitude: forgetfulness of or poor return for kindness received: ungratefulness.” Get a dose of ingratitude in your spiritual system and soon bitterness and resentment will cloud your judgment, your heart will begin to shrivel, and, apart from some intervention, you will die. I hope this will help serve as that intervention.

Stuart W. Bryan Stuart Bryan is the pastor of Trinity Church. He and his wife, Paige, have seven children, four homegrown, two adopted from the lovely land of Guatemala, and one adopted from Ukraine. Stuart earned his B.A. in Religion from Whitworth College and his M.A. in Theological and Historical Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.