Jim Hylton

A wise man said, ‘We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, we are spiritual beings having a human experience.’ As a spiritual being, giving thanks is the most natural, logical thing we can do. As a human being, giving thanks can be the most difficult thing we do. Giving thanks to God in every experience in life is one of the most important indicators of spiritual maturity. This book will give reasons for giving thanks, examples of giving thanks and results for giving thanks.

Rick Carr lets us walk with him in the pages of this book as he learns to walk in the spirit, experiencing God’s way of thinking. One of the powerful illustrations you will read is how at a shopping mall he had to walk off justifiable anger. While walking, he chose to thank God instead of being angry over unfair treatment. As soon as he gave thanks to God, the unfair treatment swiftly changed to favorable treatment. Giving thanks to God changed him. God changed the circumstances for him. You will read many real-life experiences and find a sure scriptural foundation for being a thankful person. As you finish the book and read his conclusion, you will find yourself better equipped to give thanks for all things. You will be thankful you can give thanks.

Jim Hylton – Staff Pastor, Northwood Church, Keller, TX
Author, former pastor of Metro Church in Edmond, OK