What are you thankful for?

The More I Verbalize What I Am Thankful for the less cloudy my heart feels!– Lisa TerKeurst

Spiritual Fullness in Christ
So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live your lives in him, rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness. – Colossians 2:6-7

11/23/2015 Good Friends Conversations

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Power Thought:
Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you’ll look back and realize, they were the BIG things! ~ Kurt Vonnegut

Prayer for blessings – “Why am I so angry today? God forgive me, deliver me, protect me and help me,  all of my family & loved ones too, now and forever. In Jesus name, Amen.


Stories of Answered Prayer:
Warning light off: The service engine light in my car is off. Thank you for your prayers and thank you Jesus for you kindness to me.

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Concert Take Away, Cultivate Gratitude

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One of my favorite holidays is Thanksgiving! An attitude of gratitude, of course, shouldn’t be a once-a-year deal, and hopefully cultivating a thankful heart goes beyond that one special Thursday in November for all of us.  So, here is a simple 30-day plan for you and your family that can help do just that! Here is this week and next… for more follow the link

Day #21 – Thanksgiving Phone Call. Call, email or text a relative or friend who will be away from you on Thanksgiving Day. Thank them for their presence and influence in your life.
Day #22 – Food, Food, Food! Take some time to thank God for food and His gracious provisions. Pray for those who will go without this Thanksgiving.
Day #23 – The Blessing of Family and Friends. Make a brief list of why you are thankful for these people.
Day #24 – Thanksgiving Day. Enjoy your celebration! Take time to reflect on the meaning attached to this day. Perhaps you can read one of the ‘Thanksgiving Proclamations’ that were written by our past Presidents, such as George Washington or Abraham Lincoln. They are easy to locate on the Internet.
Day #25 – Take a Trip Down Memory Lane. Take some time today with family to look at photos or videos from Thanksgiving celebrations from the past. Thank God for the loved ones you’ve spent these holidays with.
Day #26 – Exercise! After the past few days, you’re probably in need of burning off some calories. Thank God for your physical abilities. We might not be in the best physical condition, but we can still give thanks for the capabilities we do have!
Day #27- Heritage Sunday! Today, thank God for the long line of Christ-followers who have gone before us as well as those who share in and encourage our faith these days. Their faith and faithfulness to share it with us is a tremendous heritage!
Day #28 – Thank God for Learning! Whether you are in school now, are learning a new hobby, or have learned a lesson from a poor decision, thank God today for the capacity to learn.
Day #29 – God’s Work in You. It’s not uncommon to overlook the difference God is making in your own life. Take a few moments to make a list of things you appreciate about yourself. Remember, God is at work in your life – so thank Him for it! “
Day #30 – Thanks for the Service! Today, make a special effort to say thank you to anyone who provides you with a service. The barista at Starbucks, for example, might be pleasantly shocked when you tell him or her how great a job they’ve done preparing your pumpkin-spice latte.