You’ve probably heard many times over the years that being thankful enhances not only your mental health, but physical well-being, too. I saw another study about that this week causing me to contemplate thankfulnesses place in my life.
I’ve never met a person who says, “Yeah, I don’t think I should be grateful at all. In fact, I think I need to do a better job of taking for grated everything around me.” Most of us would agree that appreciating the good in our life is the goal. Like the author William Bennett said, “Sometimes we need to remind ourselves that thankfulness is indeed virtue.”
A virtue. A high moral standard. A principle for living born out of love.
God is perfect love.That led Jesus to die on a cross to save us.
Talk about something to be thankful for!
Maybe instead of playing “thankfulness wack a mole,” we just focus on the one action, by the one Person, who eternally saved us.