A thankful heart won’t just happen.
If I’ve learned one thing while studying what the Bible has to say about gratitude, it’s that we are by nature ungrateful people.
Our inclination is to grumble, to see the lack in life rather than abundance and to take everyday gifts for granted.
Instead, we need to choose gratitude.
But developing an attitude of gratitude takes intention.
Great, one more chore to add to my already too-long to-do list, you may be thinking.
Let me assure you, this will not be a chore. Taking a few minutes to practice daily gratitude is not only easy, but will change the way you see the rest of your day.
In fact, it will change your life.
7 Ways to Practice Daily Gratitude
We can cultivate gratitude a variety of ways. I’ve done most of these at some point. Some started spontaneously as God began tendering my heart to give thanks and some were deliberate steps that have become daily rhythms.
Let’s look at 7 ways to cultivate an attitude of gratitude