How pleased God is with those who are thankful in all things. The gratitude is a noble, pure and simple quality of the human being. On the contrary, ingratitude is an unpleasant human reaction that does not know how to recognize the beautiful things in life.
Every human being who loves God must, by nature, love God. be thankful and demonstrate an attitude of appreciation for all thingsWe are grateful to God who sent his son Jesus Christ to set us free and to save us, recognizing that in many occasions we can receive much more than we really deserve. Infinite thanks are due to God who sent his son Jesus Christ that we might be free and saved.
We should be thankful not only to God, but to all those who are close to us and bless us with their service, their gifts or their selfless love. It's time to identify those people, give them a hug and say thank you!
The Bible tells us about thankfulness
Under any circumstance in life it is always good to be thankful. In 1st of Thessalonians 5:18 we are taught that we should give thanks to God in all things. We must always remember that in spite of the difficulties that may come our way, we can feel the goodness and help of God in all things. Father of Heaven. We must always keep ourselves in constant gratitude to God for every detail of love in our lives.
Gratitude pleases God
At Psalms 95:2-3 we are told that we should come to God with thanksgiving, praising him in song, for he is the God above all gods. The gratitude we show should be accompanied by feelings of praise that come sincerely from the depths of our hearts. Truly, there is no one like God and what better way to show him our love with gratitude, because he deserves that and much more.
Honoring God is very important
God through Psalms 50:23teaches us that he who offers gratitude honors Him, and the heart that corrects its errors will be shown salvation.
The pure gratitude that emanates from a sincere heart shows honor and respect to God and can lead to a righteousness-inducing life. obediencewhich pleases God. It is precisely there that is the key that opens the door to obtain the precious gift of eternal life and salvation.
We must do everything by showing gratitude
At the biblethere is a very special passage in Colossians 3:15-17 that says that the peace of Christ should always reign in our hearts, that we should be grateful and that we should counsel one another with wisdom. May we sing hymns, psalms, songs of respect to God with gratitude, doing it always in the name of Jesus and thanking God through Him.
The key to being able to have the peace that only Christ gives is to be thankful. When we fill our hearts with the word of God, our whole earthly vision changes, we see things not as the world sees them but as God sees them. We do everything with our sights set on his glory, so our hearts will overflow with gratitude and that attitude will pervade everyone who is near.
We must be thankful for our brothers and sisters
At 2nd Timothy 1:3 We are clearly told that we must remember at all times, day and night, in prayer, our brothers and sisters, always recognizing that the one we serve is God with clean consciences.
Every day we have the opportunity to see people around us, people that God himself has placed there. All these people are present in our daily life and are part of our life. We must cultivate the habit of praying for all those people that God puts in our mind and in our path of life. We should give thanks to God for them, especially for those who share our ideals of following the paths laid out by Jesus Christ.
We should rejoice in the joys of others
At 1st Corinthians 1:4 we are taught that we must give thanks to God for all and by the grace of Jesus who is with them.
Showing true affection and sincere affection for the blessings of others is something that will fill the heart of the one who does it with sincerity. We must thank the Lord for the grace and salvation He provided for all of us and in doing so we show love for what Christ did for others as well. We should rejoice when God works in favor of all our brethren.
Make prayers full of gratitude and security
At Philippians 4:6 we are told that we should be calm, that nothing should disturb us. At all times we should present our requests to God in prayer and always give Him thanks in all things.
It is important to present our prayers to God with confidence and gratitude, demonstrating that we do not forget His unchanging provision throughout the world. length of the years. God is faithfulWe can trust him more than we know and we can trust him much more than we suppose. On the basis of that trust we thank Him for all that He has done in our lives and for what He will surely do.
Recognizing God's hand in all things
As Jesus Christ was about to enter a village, ten men came out to see him, who were sick with leprosy. As they had remained a long distance away, they said to him, "Jesus, Master, have pity on us! When Jesus saw them, he told them to go and present themselves to the priests. On the way they were all cleansed. Only one of them, when he was healed, came back praising God and giving thanks. He fell down at Jesus' feet and thanked him for healing him. Were not all ten of them made clean? Jesus asked, "Where are the other nine, and has no one returned and given glory to God but this stranger? And he said unto him, Arise, go thy way: thy faith hath made thee whole. This event is recorded in Luke 17:12-19.
We cannot allow the distractions and chores of everyday life to prevent us from recognizing God's work in our lives. Let us not be like the nine lepers who did not return to thank Jesus for having cured them of leprosy. Let us not let our routine succeed in making us forget the hand of God in our lives. Let us not waste time thanking God for our daily blessings. Let us develop a grateful and kind heart toward God and toward our neighbor.