Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Whether you celebrate it as a special holiday or not, it’s important to cultivate an attitude of gratitude every day.
In 1 Thessalonians 5:18, the apostle Paul tells us to give thanks in all circumstances.
In this talk, I discuss 4 reasons why it’s important to cultivate thankfulness as a spiritual discipline and a good habit.
>> If you prefer to read a blog post version of this talk, you can read it here.
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If you’re having trouble thinking of anything to be thankful for, then this cheat sheet will help you get started. It contains 31 different prompts. That’s one for each day of the month. But you can use it throughout the year as your responses to the prompts will change at different times depending on what you’re going through.
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Finally, do you find it easy or difficult to thank God by nature and why?
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Robert is the founder of Drawing on the Word. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Theology and a Master’s degree in Systematic Theology. He also has a degree in Law and was called to the Bar. Robert previously taught religious studies and was a theology lecturer. He is an artist, musician and writer, and has created a graphic novel version of Luke’s gospel. You can follow him below.