Henry David Thoreau wrote, “I am grateful for what I am and have. My thanksgiving is perpetual.” An attitude of thankfulness serves me well when I consider the many blessings for which I am grateful.
In a quiet moment, I open mind and heart to experience the magnificence and magnitude of all that God is. I consciously know that I am grateful for divine presence in my life. Because of this, I give thanks in advance for the many possibilities and opportunities before me.
Gratitude is the heart’s response to life’s infinite blessings. My gratitude expresses as peace, love, and joy.
With anticipation and appreciation for future blessings, I affirm: I am gratefully and wonderfully blessed!
I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.—Psalm 139:14