And dont neglect to thank Him Philippians 4:6
In my every day devotional at some point, the phrases of the tune Rely Your Blessings, Identify Them One by One was included. I havent sung that tune for a very long time – the phrases are large:
Are you ever burdened with a load of care?
Does the cross appear heavy you might be known as to bear?
Rely your many blessings, evry doubt will fly,
And you may be singing as the times go by.
What an exquisite reminder to take the time to consider what God is doing for us. Too typically we focus simply on the horrid issues – the evil, the hurricanes, the floods and devastation and famine.
However take time day-after-day to verbalize or write all you might be grateful for. It’s possible you’ll wish to use this define. Doing so will revitalize your soul.
Start With Thanksgiving
Psalm 100:4 tells us,
Enter into His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with reward.
Thank Him for His persistence and forgiveness.
Thank Him for the privilege of coming into His presence.
Thank Him for what He has accomplished in and thru your life within the final yr.
Record What He Has Executed
Take time to listing what God has accomplished for you. Be particular. Suppose by each space of your life.
- Turn out to be Nonetheless Earlier than the Lord. (Psalm 46:10)
- Contemplate who God is. (Psalm 103)
- Reward Him for His attributes. (Psalm 145)
- Rejoice in your fellowship with Him and that He delights in you. (Proverbs 15:8)
- Learn passages of scripture and pray them again to God. (Psalms 146-150)
- Sing to the Lord.
Lord I thank You for the great thing about the seasons. I thank You for well being and power. I thank You for folks to like and individuals who love me. I like You God and thanks for loving me first. Amen.
By Katherine Kehler
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