❝Go through His gates, giving thanks; walk through His courts, giving praise. Offer Him your gratitude and praise His holy name.❞ Psalm 100:4— VOICE
In the mornings, it’s hardest to practice gratitude; that’s when it’s essential that you do it!
If you’re struggling to be grateful, try one of these activities.
Journal— Tune into your five senses and use them to help you journal. Make a list like “I’m grateful that I can hear…” then list 2-3 things you can hear right now. For example, you might put the sound of leaves rustling in the wind or crunching under your feet, children playing, or the sound of your coffee pot as it brews.
Create a gratitude jar— Every morning, take a minute to write down something you’re grateful for. Just pick one thing and write it down on a small paper. Put your slip into your gratitude jar. Then at the end of the year, you’ll be able to read through a year’s worth of things you gave thanks for.
Practice the ABCs of gratitude— You can do this exercise anywhere. Start by listing what you’re grateful for by letter. For example, you might say, “I’m thankful for the cool morning Air.
Practicing gratitude can be a game-changer. Over time, strengthening your ability to notice our good Father and the good in the everyday. Psalm 100:4 encourages us to remember God’s goodness and dependability and worship with thanksgiving and praise. Each small practice of gratitude links together to create a web of well-being.
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