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Do you often feel like life is just one negative situation after another? It can be easy to get caught up in a cycle of negativity, constantly focusing on what’s wrong and feeling like there’s nothing to be grateful for. But what if I told you that learning the art of gratitude could transform your life and help you achieve your deepest goals?

Gratitude is powerful and is often overlooked in our busy lives. But it has the ability to change everything. gratitude should be a fundamental aspect of your relationship with God. It acknowledges God’s goodness and love, encouraging believers like yourself to express thankfulness regardless of circumstances. Even in difficult times, the assurance of God’s enduring love serves as a source of comfort and hope, inspiring a spirit of gratitude.

So how do you cultivate gratitude in your life? One powerful tool is a gratitude journal, which I discuss in more detail in episode 114 of my podcast (link: By taking a few minutes each day to reflect on what you’re grateful for, you can train your mind to recognise your blessings.

Gratitude can also help you shift your perspective and concentrate on god. What we choose to focus our attention on is everything. When we get caught up in negative thinking, it can be hard to see the good things that are happening around us. But when we start looking for happiness and positivity, we begin to notice it more.

Of course, learning to view life through a positive lens isn’t always easy. It takes time and effort to rewire your mind and find something to be grateful for in every situation. But even small efforts can lead to significant transformations over time.

Gratitude isn’t just about saying thank you; it’s like this superpower that makes us feel better inside and out. It’s like flipping a switch that fills our hearts with joy and our bodies with good vibes. As stated in Psalm 107:1 “Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever.” – when we’re grateful, we’re not just being polite; we’re actually making ourselves healthier and happier.

So if you’re tired of feeling stuck in a negative rut, why not give gratitude a try? It might take some time and effort, but trust me, the payoff is totally worth it. By focusing on the good stuff and being thankful for what we already have, we can attract even more abundance into our lives.

Sending golden vibes and virtual hugs,

Scherise 🤍

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