Sunday, November 1, 2009

1/30 Days of Gratitude

Worshipful Gratitude
1 {30}

I am grateful to have freedom of worship… be able to go to church, to make a joyful noise…to fellowship with other believers who have come together in a common spirit. Being able to worship gives me the ability to be grateful.

This is the first day of November, a month when we celebrate being thankful. It is also the first day of my 30 days of Gratitude where I will strive to reflect and commemorate what I am grateful for throughout this month and all through the year. Hopefully I will be able to post all of them here on my blog, but if not they can be seen here.

Stop and ponder for a moment the things that are important, special and dear to you….and don’t forget to be grateful. Saying thank you is so simple and very rewarding.
thank God everyday for everything and everyone in my life!
What are you grateful for?

Grateful for worship,


Traci said...

Lovely photo, Cora! You've got me thinking of maybe following your lead, but doing Thankful Thursdays, since I don't think I could possibly post daily.
Thanks for inspiring me!

Char said...

beautiful shot - I'm doing the project too

there is indeed much to be grateful for

Angie said...

I have just discovered you Cora and already have fallen in love with you! I will be reading with anticipation your month of gratitude. In my rambling blogs, I always end with one thing I am grateful for. It really keeps me grounded and a wonderful reminder of how blessed I truly am!

Mary @ Neat and Tidy said...

Cora: This is a beautiful post. I saw on someone's blog a couple years ago to write three things each day so that by the end of the year you would have written 1,000 things to be thankful for. Some days it was hard, believe it or not! I will give this a try - one thing a day. Hope you have a good month full of blessings.

Looking forward to your apple butter recipe, too :D

cinner said...

Cora, the photo is beautiful, I love the month of gratitude, i try to reflect on this everyday. Take care. Blessings.

cinner said...

I came back to tell you how beautiful that church is. Stunning.