“It’s easy for true gratitude to get lost in the swirl of formal recognition programs, everyday courtesies, and the relentless push for more and better. Progress is good. You need recognition. And courtesy is vital. But none of these are genuine gratitude. True gratitude begins with deep humility. It changes us. True gratitude transforms our relationships.”
“No matter what our personality is—outgoing or homebody or otherwise—we glorify God when we step beyond what is familiar. We are to “love God and love people,” whether or not it’s comfortable. Equipping ourselves to have meaningful conversations with all people is one way to carry out Christ’s command to love our neighbours.”
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