Here are some great ideas from FamilyLife:
1. Start Thanksgiving Day by spending some time with God.
Read through Psalms that talk about giving thanks to God: Psalm 50:14;
69:30; 95:2; 100:4; 147:7. And then focus on Psalm 9:1, which tells us,
"I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart; I will recount all
of your wonderful deeds." Write down some of the ways that God has
worked in your life and your family.
2. List God's blessings. As you approach
Thanksgiving, here's one way to cultivate a thankful heart: Spend time
listing God's blessings in your life. And don't stop until you've listed
at least 10-15. The exercise will force you to think creatively about
God's care and provision—even in small things.
Listing God's blessings in your life forces you to focus on Him, and
in the process you catch a glimpse of His love, care, and compassion.
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