Thursday, November 24, 2011

Turn, return to your healer, and give thanks


"When was the last time you used the word "thanksgiving" without referencing the holiday? Yes, it is appropriate that you "give thanks" at the dinner table, but this easily becomes a formality void of real affection. Thankfulness is the joyful and humble response of a heart that has been transformed by grace . . . Thankfulness is a good test of your faith. Its absence demonstrates that your faith is more lip service than experiential knowledge." Joe Thorn, Note to Self

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