Whatever you do—do all … giving thanks through Jesus to God the Father.
The message of Christ is in essence that this glorious, exalted God really does think about us. And, what He thinks is Christ in you, the hope of glory.
If you don’t have a peace about it, it’s probably not the best course of action.
The lavish grace of a loving God elicits an overflowing response of gratitude and thanksgiving.
Christians have much to be grateful for. Our gratitude should overflow in outspoken thankfulness to God.
Once upon a time…. Well, no. Right now, in this time. There is a Kingdom. Strong, established, and unshakeable. And it’s ours.
Learning to be thankful can at the same time free us from having to follow a set of rules, and enable us to live up to a higher standard of righteousness.
Glorify Him as God, and be thankful.
Start where you are. Give thanks.
My favorite part of this book was that it felt like a personal letter from the heart of the Father to me the reader.
Extreme Gratitude is a book to which you will want to return again and again.
Extreme Gratitude is a book written for an hour such as this!
I was very moved by Extreme Gratitude.
As you finish the book and read his conclusion, you will find yourself better equipped to give thanks for all things.
I highly recommend Extreme Gratitude to any who dare desire an ever-deepening intimacy with the God Who loves us extremely.