“Go, eat your food with gladness, and drink your wine with a joyful heart, for God has already approved what you do.”
– Ecclesiastes 9:7
Coveting leads to depression. Entitlement leads to depression, even if you get the things you feel entitled to. Gratitude, though, leads to joy. Gratitude leads to success. Gratitude leads to a full, rich life — and it’s available to you right now if you just begin recognizing all the fantastic things you have in your life. Like the very breath in your lungs. Practicing gratitude opens our heart. It moves us from a place of scarcity and lack to a place of sufficiency, rest, joy, faith and overflowing.
God, steer my heart away from entitlement and coveting to gratitude.
What are you grateful for today?
I pray that I have not done something that will get me in legal trouble. I have a large Facebook following mainly in Africa. I am called mother of nations plus many other terms of appreciate. I have photographed the pages of my devotional & posting them. They don’t get use of books & I just can’t not share this encouragement with my babies.
Also a friend & I are praying to do the impossible this year. Send a container or better, God willing, meet a container in Kenya to distribute items in Kenya, Uganda & Kenya. If you have any misprint or materials you want to donate we would really appreciate. One of my goals is to set up as many church libraries as I can to provide study materials. This will be done to approved churches only so that the materials are not sold or any other misuse.
I am sorry if I am not allowed to pic & post. Please let me know to stop if I can’t.
Thank you for your time. I met Bobby when he was here in Canada & that was the truest most sincere Christian hug he gives and my husband and I have been followers every since. Sadly we are both disabled & can’t donate regular but here & there we order something & give a couple of extra dollars if we can. He in my eyes is such a true man of God.