. . . intentionally purpose to give thanks,
look for ways to give thanks,
dare yourself to give thanks anyways,
and it’s the setting of an alarm and
you could wake up to nothing less than your life. Ann Voskamp

“Christian thanksgiving is the life of Christ in the heart — transforming the disposition and the whole character.

Thanksgiving must be wrought into the life as a habit— before it can become a fixed and permanent quality.

An occasional burst of praise, in the midst of years of complaining, is not what is required. Songs on rare, sunshiny days; and no songs when skies are cloudy—will not make a life of gratitude. The heart must learn to sing always.

This lesson is learned only when it becomes a habit which nothing can weaken. We must persist in being thankful.

When we can see no reason for praise — we must believe in the divine love and goodness, and sing in the darkness.

Thanksgiving has attained its rightful place in us, only when it is part of all our days and dominates all our experiences.”

J. R. Miller, 1912

Psalms 40:5  Many, O LORD my God, are thy wonderful works which thou hast done, and thy thoughts which are to us-ward: they cannot be reckoned up in order unto thee: if I would declare and speak of them, they are more than can be numbered.

Trust God for your day, ….Today