Do Not Grumble



Do everything without grumbling or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, “children of God without fault in a warped and crooked generation.” Then you will shine among them like stars in the sky as you hold firmly to the word of life. And then I will be able to boast on the day of Christ that I did not run or labor in vain. But even if I am being poured out like a drink offering on the sacrifice and service coming from your faith, I am glad and rejoice with all of you. So, you too should be glad and rejoice with me. (Philippians 2:14-18)


The humble person, whether priest or superior, acknowledges that in many cases others possess more knowledge, and the humble person can say: “I do not know. In this you know more than I do.”  It does not reduce but increases the humble person.

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Any manager must possess technical, human and conceptual skills, and human skills must exist at any level of management.  Do we usually find excellent human skills in management?


“So, the last will be first, and the first will be last.” (Matthew 20:16)

While a person may be first with honor or wealth in this fleeting life, that is not true in God’s kingdom.  Salvation and eternal life are not earned by status in this life.


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2 Responses to Do Not Grumble

  1. Kathy Mitchell says:

    Great analysis! Anyone who has worked with management should relate!

    • You are right! Some Vice Presidents (VPs) behave as if they were God, and you are often compensated and rewarded based on how much the boss likes you regardless of your contribution to the attainment of company goals.

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