Archive for the ‘thankfulness’ Category
As we gather around tables, whether at home or in the office, let’s have the conviction to truly give thanks
Enter the gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations.
– Psalm 100:4-5
And every tear that had to fall from my eyes. Everyday I wondered how I’d get through the night. Every change life has thrown me. I’m thankful, for every break in my heart. I’m grateful, for every scar. Some pages turned, some bridges burned, but there were lessons learned.
– Carrie Underwood
Remember, the Glass is Half Full: If there is anything that the last few years has taught us it is not to take employment for granted. That is not to say that you should be happy to be in an abusive atmosphere. But for every project you get you can either look at it as yet another thing heaped upon your plate or a blessing that there is work to be had.
– Matthew Swyers, Inc.
4 Steps to Knock Out Workplace Stress
Saying thanks, it turns out, isn’t just pious or polite. It’s good for you. But there’s a catch. It doesn’t really work if you do it only once a year.
– Kim Painter, USA Today
Your Health: Giving thanks can make you happier, healthier
We remember now to thank our Creator for all that we are and all that we have. May our sharing with one another embody the generosity made possible for us by the Giver of the original gift.
– Philip Foubert from
Graces: Prayers for Everyday Meals and Special Occasions
In thanksgiving of life’s simple pleasures—such as a good cup of coffee—especially when they turn out to be better than expected
In what might be good news for coffee drinkers, a new study found that women who regularly consume caffeinated beverages are less likely to suffer depression.
– Jennifer Corbett Dooren
Coffee May Help Women Lower Depression Risk, The Wall Street Journal
Let us pray that through prayer for others we are made aware of amazing things for which to give thanks
Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.