6 thoughts on “Why Should I Give Thanks When I Don’t Feel Like It?

  1. Great message Deb! It amazes me when I read and see how often it tells us Jesus gave thanks and then He…. Thanks giving always came first. Thank you for sharing these words!

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  2. Here in frozen Montana, I give thanks daily for our warm house! It’s something I never take for granted. I think that the older I get, the more thankful I am for the things most of us take for granted. I once heard someone say, “As we grow older, we become more of what we are.” That got me to thinking what I wanted that to be – and I landed on “thankful” and “kind”. By God’s grace, that little observation has helped a lot as I’ve grown older. Thanks for the good words, Debbie! Good reminder!

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    1. Sheri, I think you’re right. I am more thankful for the little things now too. I hope you enjoy a wonderful, warm Thanksgiving!


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