The most happy people are the most thankful ones… so today, let’s give thanks to God for all our blessings. Yes, I know we just did that at Thanksgiving – but guess what? We’re going to do it again – and again – and again every day until the Lord comes back to earth to snatch us away!
It must be very difficult to be parents of a teen today – they want so much technology – and that’s so expensive! It’s a challenge to teach them to not look at what their friend has and want one too. How can that be done? Well, I think a lot of people are going into debt trying to make sure their teen has the best of everything.
Be thankful for a Christmas rainbow… what a gift from God above!
Teach teens the value of money – and the importance of being grateful for the stuff you already have. Technology changes daily! The newest thing comes out about 5 minutes after the used-to-be new thing gets opened. Teaching teens how to be contented with what they have is an excellent strategy. Let them know how many hours they’d have to work at McDonald’s to earn the new toy they want. That’s a reality check right there!
Lord, thank You for this newly blessed day that not only gives me a shot at being a better me, but a future and a hope. – Pauline Seaport
The happiest people are the most thankful people. I might add that if we are thankful to the Creator of all – it’s that much more meaningful. I’m thankful to God for all He’s done in my life – not just for the stuff I have.
Sometimes you have to stop dwelling on the ones who have done you wrong and start being thankful for the ones who do you right! – Nishan Panwar
Thankfulness for small things can bring a chuckle to me sometimes. I have a habit of putting my pen in my mouth before I type. Today, I got finished writing and was ready to type – I popped my pen in my mouth and noticed that it smelled like CHOCOLATE. I’m not joking – my pen smelled like chocolate! Call me crazy, but I was thankful for that! If we live in a perpetual attitude of gratitude – it makes all the difference in my life. I think God laughed along with me! 🙂