100 Days Of Thanks – Book Review – What are you thankful for?
About The Book:
Focus on the things that bring you joy with 100 Days of Thanks. Short inspirational readings, space to record your thoughts, and brief Scripture references in a high-designed four-color gift book will help you find a peaceful, happier life.
The rush of a busy schedule, a barrage of disheartening news stories, and the wear and tear of everyday life can be enough to drag anyone down. Simply pausing to recognize and express thanks for the good gifts that surround you has proven to make a major difference in happiness, peace, and contentment.
100 Days of Thanks, a beautifully designed inspirational book of short readings, Scripture verses, and journaling space is the perfect tool to promote Christian mindfulness and gratitude. Whether you are looking for a thoughtful gift to encourage a loved one or a simple tool to create a habit of thankfulness, this lovely little book is a wonderful place to start.
Take a few moments out of your day to be grateful and feel your burdens get a little lighter, starting today.
100 days of thanks – This book is beautiful. From cover to cover. It has such lovely photos all throughout the book , it makes reading a joy. You have a book that is beautifully written and that inspires thankfulness. There are short inspirational readings, along with brief Scripture references and a place to record your thoughts. The readings will help you find some peace in your life. When we focus on the things that bring us joy and are thankful for what we have and what God has given us, we are happier. We can’t help but be happier each day we wake up and give thanks. We need to practice thankfulness every day. Reading this book will help you do just that. Being thankful can only lead you on a closer walk with God.
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