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Creating a Proper Heart Attitude When Times Are Hard

Updated: Jun 27, 2020

100 days. Oh my goodness. *sigh* Tomorrow will mark 100 days of our family being in quarantine. The stresses and constraints have tightened and laxed and tightened so many times, and our day-to-day routine has reached a stagnant loping.

Gratitude is less practiced, and our thankful hearts are tired.

You see, our world is in obvious turmoil these days. The broken state of this planet and the broken state of its inhabitants is clearly on display, and the ramification of sin is easier to identify.

On account of these challenging times it can be hard to cultivate an attitude of gratitude-- that heart-position of trust which results in a deeper settling of our faith and beautiful mental and physical changes.  (Consider picking up What's So Great About Practicing Gratitude from the freebie page for insights regarding the benefits of a biblical thankful heart.)

In light of both the difficulty of practicing gratitude and the wonderful blessings derived in cultivating thankfulness I have made this little ebook available for free. I hope it blesses your heart, and breathes a new joy in knowing God through practicing gratitude. 

May we all continue to purposefully pursue a deeper knowledge of God and invest our time and hearts in a greater appreciation of all He has called us to be.

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