Gratitude Tree
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How did your gratitude tree turn out?

11/30/22 | 1 min read
We have so much to be thankful for!

Take a step back and admire your gratitude tree. What did you write on the leaves?

Even though November is over, that doesn’t mean you have to stop being thankful. In fact, nurturing an ongoing attitude of gratitude is really good for you! Here’s why:

  1. Gratitude improves your emotional and physical health.
  2. Being grateful helps you see more and more blessings. If you kept going, your gratitude tree would never stop growing!
  3. The Lord blesses those who are grateful. Take a minute and thank God for all the things on your tree.1

Thanks for doing the gratitude tree challenge with us. We love sharing adventures with you! We’ll show some pictures of trees in an upcoming post, so stay tuned.

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1. See John Hilton III and Anthony Sweat, “Three Great Reasons to Give Thanks,” New Era, December 2011, 18–20.