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Gratitude

As we celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday, we focus our attention on people and circumstances in our lives for which we are grateful.  Sometimes we tend to focus on the negative instead of the positive in our lives.  Sometimes we forget to come back and say thanks to God for the good in our lives.  In her recent sermon, Kristine suggested a simple exercise of writing down 3 problems or issues in our lives, and then writing down 3 things we are grateful for.  It is a good awareness practice for everyday use, but a great one for Thanksgiving week.  If we practice looking for the things we are grateful for, our list will grow and the gratefulness will begin to show, like a light to those around us.

You can find the sermon here, and you can find an interesting article here.

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