Tammy Tangent Tuesdays
Seven Days of Gratitude
Hello Beautiful! It’s that time again; it’s Tammy Tangent Tuesdays! I pray you’re having a blessed week so far and are enjoying being a part of the H-O-T Club; you know, the club full of Beautiful Beloveds that operate by being honest, open, and transparent that’s called community! Oh, how our Lord smiles with great joy knowing His Beautiful Beloveds are coming together to connect, celebrate and contribute while being honest, open and transparent! If you missed last week’s Tammy Tangent Tuesdays, it can be viewed by clicking on the link: http://wp.me/p5vQdf-zS.
This weekly challenge should be fairly easy to do, but it will require dedication and determination, especially if life has brought on unexpected challenges or tragedies due to the effects from natural disasters, disease, or even the death of a loved one. We can always find items we’re grateful for that remind us that a cheerful heart is great medicine so our crushed spirits won’t dry up our bones (Proverbs 17:22). Writing them down in our journals or on a piece of paper (journal wall) and posting it to the refrigerator where we frequent often (or the bathroom ♥) is a gentle reminder and a great way to help transform our hearts and minds to a place that transcends all understanding. Being grateful is powerful medicine and a great healer!!!
This weekly challenge is to write down seven items each day on your journal wall that you’re grateful for daily for seven consecutive days. They cannot be repeated again once you’ve listed them as an item you’re grateful for. At the conclusion of this challenge, this will always remind you of forty-nine reasons why you’re grateful and it will help rejuvenate your downcast soul. Come on, I dare you, come to the Grateful Wall and start documenting your items by listing what you’re grateful for. Remember, give thanks to the Lord, for His love endures forever (Psalm 136:1).
Tender hearts, one thing we must never lose sight of: No matter what happens here on this side of heaven, if we believe in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, our future, which is our eternal destiny, is built on the most amazing and solid foundation that can never be shaken, destroyed or taken away from us (Hebrews 12:28). And as James 1:17 reminds us, “Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.” We have a lot to be grateful for!!!
The first item on my grateful wall: I’m thankful for Beautiful You!!!