It was minted from 1913 to 1938 and was worth 5 cents. It is also known as the Buffalo Nickel or Bison Nickel. On one side was a profile of an American Indian Chief and on the other side was the profile of the American Buffalo. By 1950 or 1960 most were removed from circulation and today there might be 1 in 25,000 in circulation and they’re worth from 35 cents to $1,200 depending on the coin. Looking at that coin reminded me of something in the Bible. Just as there are two sides to that coin, Christians can go through life two different ways and it all depends on our attitude or response. We can be unhappy or dissatisfied with everything. It is called murmuring. It can be toward God and some examples are in, (Exodus 16:8, Psalm 78:17-21, Proverbs 19:3). It can be against spiritual leaders or pastors or preachers, (Exodus 16:2&3, Numbers 16:2&3, 16:41). How about circumstances or just having our way, (Romans 9:19&20)? It can be against others in Church, (Luke 10:40, James 5:9). It can even be against Jesus Christ himself, (John 6:41-43). These things, God is not pleased with. God is pleased when we are thankful or can give thanks just as Jesus did, (Matthew 11:41, John 11:41). We should try to find a way to give thanks always and in everything, (Philippians 2:14&15, 1 Thessalonians 5:18). See you in Church next Sunday.