12 Days Gratitude Rhythm
“I will praise God’s name in song and glorify him with thanksgiving.”
There is a reason for this season, a time where there is a celebration of great joy brought by the birth of a King. His name is Jesus. Because of God’s great love for humanity and His perfect love gift for us all, we ought to be eternally grateful. This love gift from God is good news for all.
What then should our posture in life be?
How does God want us to come to Him each day?
A life of thanksgiving!
We need to get into the rhythm of gratitude when it comes to understanding our identity as a child of God!
Apostle Paul urges us to be thankful always, all the time and that’s the very will of God.
As we end the year, in the season of thanksgiving and Christmas, let us come together to remind ourselves that there is always something to be thankful for.
In fact, everything demands us to have a heart of gratitude simply because we are possessors of nothing and stewards of everything.
Through these 12 days, we pray and hope that you will catch back that rhythm of gratitude, and let thanksgiving be a lifestyle that reflects our response to a great and loving Father in heaven.
“But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid; for behold, I bring you good news of great joy which will be for all the people.”
Ways to participate:
– Click on the link below and join us for a 12 days Thanksgiving devotional from the YOUVERSION bible app.
Share your thoughts and leave a comment as we journey together.
– If you are on Strava, join us for a ’12 Days Gratitude Rhythm Challenge’.
Go for a run/walk/hike/ride every day for 12 days (finishing with a 12km run/walk on Christmas Day), using it as a time to give thanks to God for the gifts mentioned above.
1. Join our group: https://www.strava.com/clubs/kingdomrunners and leave us a message on the event page or;
2. Message us on FB/IG/Email to let us know your Strava username so that we can add you in the challenge.
Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgiving, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings. ~William A. Ward.