Learn how to be a more grateful person with simple daily affirmations like “I am thankful.” You’ll be surprised at the change in your life. And the best thing about living a life of gratitude is, once you begin being thankful, you’ll recognize more things to be thankful for.
Right now I’m in a season of three songs in particular on repeat: Born for This by Mandisa, It is Well with My Soul by Kristene DiMarco & Bethel Music, and Even If by Mercy Me. I liked how the three of them wove together for the title of this post.
Are you tired of saying, “I don’t have enough…” You should be and please, know I am not pointing a finger at you without pointing three at myself. Maybe it’s time to pick back up our daily affirmations. Maybe it’s time we start telling ourselves, “I have enough.”
Gratitude Affirmations may not come easy–but they are simple. I’ve included science, personal experience and a free printable in this post.
A sweet friend of The Littlest Way email a week ago seeking affirmations as she goes through chemo. Here is a list of daily affirmations (Bible based) for all of us to use with, during and through any illness–physical, mental, emotional or spiritual.
On Periscope each morning, we’re talking about our thoughts, scripture and daily affirmations like, “I take every thought captive.”