Being Thankful: Big Idea: Gratitude improves physical health. Several studies seem to indicate that thankful people experience fewer aches and pains and report feeling healthier. They may also be more likely to prioritize other healthy practices.
The art of being thankful has many personal benefits – and seeing how thankful we are certainly impacts those around us. Studies show that one of the best practices we can employ for our long-term health is the art of being thankful. It creates endorphins that change our physical and psychological state. Oh, one other major impact – This is the state of mind in which God desires us to live. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 – In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.
Today: Ask one of your close friends if they believe we are living a thankful life, even if they say you are, ask how we can show more thankfulness daily.
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