Acts of Gratitude Workbook
Before any major blessing or breakthrough come in your life, you must be graceful for what you already have. Gratitude is one of the most important aspects of life, if you’re not graceful for what you already have than you will never receive true riches or wealth in life. In this gratitude workbook it gives in depth key details how to start your life by living in a life full of complete gratitude. Once you have mastered a life of gratitude you will be living in a world of all the acts of gratitude. No matter what happens in your life nothing will stop you from being happy and being thankful for what you already have. Therefore, at this point, you know God has already worked out everything. At this point you have given your complete trust in our Savior Jesus Christ so nothing can ever stop you from living a life full of gratitude, grace and mercy.
The word “gratitude” has a number of different meanings, depending on the context. However, a
practical clinical definition is as follows—gratitude is the appreciation of what is valuable and meaningful to oneself; it is a general state of thankfulness and/or appreciation.
Every time you say a sincere ‘thank you’ to someone, it’s a form of gratitude. It’s synonymous with
appreciation, acknowledgment and respect. Think about a time when someone helped you in a crisis,
listened to you when you were feeling low or gave you a shoulder to cry on. You feel positive about people
who help you and who are there for you. This can help you strengthen your relationships with the people you surround yourself with.
Gratitude can be expressed in multiple ways. You don’t always have to say you’re thankful. Sometimes a
smile or a handshake can do the trick. For many people, praying is the highest form of gratitude and for
others, it’s more tangible like receiving a present or a thoughtful letter.
Many times we are advised to “count our blessings”, which is a conscious method of appreciating the things you have. What we might have, someone else can only hope for or vice versa. There’s no one-size-fits-all way to live in this world. So, you have to acknowledge what you have and make the best of it.