Words of gratitude mean so much. They travel all the way to the soul. No one sets out to be ungrateful but it happens easier than you think and in so many ways. You take for granite the people in your life will pick up after you or finish the work you leave behind. I am often guilty of not saying thank you to my wife for: ironed and clean shirts in my closet, making our house a home, caring for me when I am ill and so, so much more.
Of course words without action are not as meaningful. So saying “Thank You” and expressing it in action are two different things. Rather than show gratitude daily we sometimes reserve it for special days: Mothers Day, Fathers Day, Birthdays etc..
We need to live gratitude daily. The benefits of a thankful life are immeasurable. It changes environments. It changes you.
This weekend at the Grace Place we are going to look at the three primary purposes that God wants us to live Thankfully. This will mark the beginning of our new series titled: GRATEFUL TO BE ALIVE.
Join us Sat. 6pm or Sun. 10:30am