Things never go my way.
I’m always messing up.
They never listen to me.
I don’t matter.
Ever had any of these thoughts? I know I have—more than I care to admit.
I get it. Some days are hard. Sometimes we make mistakes.
“For everything God created is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with thanksgiving, because it is consecrated by the word of God and prayer.” 1 Timothy 4:4-6
If you are ready to kick self-pity to the curb so you can grow in your relationship with Christ and create a healthier life, try these three steps.
Try it out and see what happens.
Write it out.
Intentionally choosing gratitude aligns our focus back on praise. We shift our thoughts from our lack, our problems, our worries, and our bad attitudes back to Christ. In everything, we can give thanks to the one who has given His all.
Before you know it, gratitude will be a part of who you are.
Cheering you on,