“I always thank my God for you and for the gracious gifts he has given you, now that you belong to Christ Jesus. Through him, God has enriched your church in every way—with all of your eloquent words and all of your knowledge.” (‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭1‬:‭4-5‬ NLT)


1:4-6 – Paul thanked God for the Corinthian believers. During the Thanksgiving holiday, we focus on our blessings and express our gratitude to God for them. But thanks should be expressed every day. We can never say thank you enough to parents, friends, leaders, and especially to God. When thanksgiving becomes an integral part of your life, you will find that your attitude toward life will change. You will become more positive, gracious, loving, and humble. Whom do you need to thank today?(Tyndale Study Bible)


“You will become more positive, gracious, loving, and humble.” Don’t you want to be this type of person? The way to become such a person is by reading and understanding the Bible.


Do you realize how much you have to be thankful for? Opportunities and advantageous situations cross our paths daily, it’s what we do in response to this that makes the difference.


Is a customer’s complaint an opportunity? Yes! It’s a chance for you to show how good you are when a mistake occurs and a chance to cement your relationship with that customer. We can find something positive in every situation. People without jobs don’t even have a chance to mend a situation. Even furthermore, we have the ability to rectify the problem and reassure the customer of our commitment to their wellbeing.


Just as the Bible says, “He has started the good work in you.” Let God work through you.


Who do you need to thank today?

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