Amid overwhelming uncertainty, I’m grateful that we can remain confident in God.
I’m grateful for moments of discomfort in my life because each is an invitation to growth.
Despite my natural aversion to adventure, as I look back on my life, I see many adventures that God has taken me on.
Gratitude is not reserved for November.
It should be a lifestyle.
Our entire world is working through a collective trauma, and yet, I believe that we can find opportunities to be grateful.
I believe that as we understand God’s goodness and our sinfulness more, our worship will move beyond just something we do, to a deeply ingrained part of our lives.
I believe that learning how to be intentionally grateful in good times helps us better prepare for the rocky waters of life when they come.
Our God is so good, kind, and loving—let’s go out of our way to express our gratitude for who he is today.
While living in the past isn’t healthy, I think that remembering where we’ve come from and what God has brought us through is incredibly important.
I don’t know the areas in which you feel God has been a disappointment, but I want to encourage you to choose to be thankful. It’s uncomfortable because choosing to walk away from disappointment requires trust. Do you trust God enough to give your disappointments to him?