365 Days of Thanks

How our hearts begin to harden

When from thanks we start to stray.

So to have a tender heart, dear Lord,

Help me give you thanks each day! —

Loved by the King of kings

I’m not sure if I remember to be truly grateful every single day. I remember to thank God for the food at most mealtimes, but there’s a difference between saying thanks and truly being thankful.

I want to walk with a habitually TRULY thankful heart attitude every day.

So to help me keep track, I’ve decided to start posting a daily log of what I’m thankful for. These will not be long posts, just a daily reminder from me to myself, and to you who choose to read them, to live life from the stance of a grateful heart.

And, for those of you who follow along, if you notice that I slip up for a few days, which I hope won’t happen, but it could, please pray for me and leave me a kind comment letting me know that you are praying and giving me a gentle reminder to continue to be thankful in everything.

In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” 1 Thessalonians 5:8

Day 1

Today I’m thankful for God’s grace and for the privilege of roasting food over a bonfire, sitting close enough to absorb the heat on a cool day or night.

15 thoughts on “365 Days of Thanks

    1. Sure, Diana! This world needs more thankful people! I would just ask that, if you don’t mind, you provide a link in the first post of your series to the first post in my series mentioning that this is where you got the idea. I’d love to see how the Lord leads us both in our thanks-giving journey! Looking forward to it! 😊

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