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Gratitude & Joy | 22 November 2018

Gratitude & Joy | 22 November 2018

Scripture “If thou art merry, praise the Lord with singing, with music, with dancing, and with a prayer of praise and thanksgiving.” —Doctrine & Covenants 136:28   Quote “Gratitude is the gateway to joy.” —Elaine S. Marshall   Video     Meme This Day in LDS History 1969: President Hugh B. Brown dedicates the Mormon Battalion Monument, overlooking Old Town in …

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10 LDS Quotes on Gratitude to Help You Count Your Blessings

10 LDS Quotes on Gratitude to Help You Count Your Blessings

Whether you are preparing for a talk or looking to enhance your personal gospel learning, these ten LDS quotes on gratitude are perfect for sharing and studying over and over again. To the Lord Jesus, who bought us with a great price, we owe an undying debt of gratitude. All people who understand what Jesus did for us ought to love …

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FHE Lesson on Gratitude – Grateful for Jesus

FHE Lesson on Gratitude - Grateful for Jesus

This FHE lesson on gratitude focuses on generating deep and lasting feels of love and thankfulness for Jesus Christ.  Scripture Psalm 100:4 Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name. Hymn The Holy Ghost | Children’s Songbook pg. 105 1. I stand all amazed at the love Jesus …

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Special 30-Day Gratitude Journal Challenge for Latter-day Saints

Special 30-Day Gratitude Journal Challenge for Latter-day Saints

November is officially here and that means it is time to soften our hearts to the blessings and mercies of Jesus Christ. This special 30-day challenge is designed to be a reflective and introspective way to count your many blessings while inspiring you to act on your thoughts and commune with God. All you need is something to write on, …

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3 Christ-Centered Thanksgiving Traditions to Start

3 Christ-Centered Thanksgiving Traditions to Start

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year where we can focus on what we are grateful for. One of the greatest gifts we have is the Atonement of Jesus Christ and the blessings of the gospel in our lives. Sometimes, we can forget to praise God and cultivate gratitude as we eat delicious turkey and participate in Black Friday shopping. …

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The Best LDS Talks on Gratitude

The Best LDS Talks on Gratitude

Are you looking for LDS talks on gratitude? Then look no further! Here are some great talks from LDS leaders that illustrate the important principle of gratitude. They are great tools for your personal study, lesson preparation, or church talks and presentations.   An Attitude of Gratitude Thomas S. Monson | May 2000 “We can lift ourselves, and others as …

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This Thanksgiving Story from President Monson Will Warm Your Heart

This Thanksgiving Story from President Monson Will Warm Your Heart

Thanksgiving is not only a great time to celebrate what we are grateful for, but to share our many blessings with others. This story from President Thomas S. Monson is a perfect example! Following Thanksgiving time a few years ago, I received a letter from a widow whom I had known in the stake where I served in the presidency. …

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20 LDS Quotes on Gratitude to Read Before Thanksgiving

20 LDS Quotes on Gratitude to Read Before Thanksgiving

Here are 20 LDS quotes on gratitude to help you get into the true Thanksgiving spirit of gratitude and praise! ONE. My brothers and sisters, do we remember to give thanks for the blessings we receive? Sincerely giving thanks not only helps us recognize our blessings, but it also unlocks the doors of heaven and helps us feel God’s love. – …

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Why Vulnerability is Essential to Expressing Gratitude

Why Vulnerability is Essential to Expressing Gratitude

As Thanksgiving approaches, many of us are contemplating how we’d like to give thanks. We may be counting our many blessings, serving others, and eagerly preparing for enriching family traditions. However, expressing genuine and lasting gratitude takes more than clinking your glasses together around the dinner table. It takes constant thought, committed work, and vulnerability, which is difficult for many …

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