The Bible says that Christians are to be thankful in all circumstances. That sounds good until we consider some of the most difficult circumstances of life. How can we practice gratitude in the midst of sickness, injustice, pandemics, and social unrest? Join us for part one of Psalms of Thanksgiving where we will explore how gratitude counteracts doubt and despair and makes us more resilient.
Giving thanks counteracts doubt and despair and makes us more resilient.
The reality of our circumstances:
- Wanderers Retrieved (Psalm 107:4-9)
- Prisoners Released (Psalm 107:10-16)
- Sick Restored (Psalm 107:17-22)
- Storm-tossed Rescued (Psalm 107:23-32)
- He enters into our trials (2 Corinthians 5:21)
- He takes on our debts (1 Peter 2:24)
- He redeems us by His blood (Ephesians 4:7)
The Power of Being Thankful: 365 Devotions for Discovering the Strength of Gratitude, by Joyce Meyer
Radical Gratitude: Recalibrating Your Heart in an Age of Entitlement, by Peter Maiden