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Practicing thankfulness is one of the most valuable antidotes to the parts of our lives that lead us to seasons of frustration, worry, and anxiety. Gratitude is a part of our worship, and it affects our disposition towards God, the people around us, and our outlook on the world tremendously.

Gratitude within a community is particularly important. Communities that lack the proper amount of gratitude in the people's hearts are plagued with issues of disunity, selfishness, and cynicism.

I've been feeling God speak to me through scripture, prayer, and some reading lately that I need to remember this aspect of spiritual discipline in my life and look to see where my heart is not practicing gratitude. I've found that I don't struggle often with complaining, or feeling cynical, as much as I just am neutral. I don't say complaints, but neither do I say thanks.

So this past week or so I've been praying through different areas of my life where I can remember what God is …

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