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Be Grateful

Be Grateful

How is it that we often handle other people’s bad news easier than their good news? Humans are funny like that, aren’t we? As humans, we can be loving and caring when bad news is shared, but we get a little nervous when someone shares a blessing. The result of this truth is people are hesitant to share their blessings, thinking others will think they are bragging. The Bible clearly says “rejoice when others rejoice” so why don’t we? Because we’re humans with human flaws of jealousy and comparison issues. Instead of thinking like humans, we have to start thinking in godly terms. We have to remember that we are joint heirs in a kingdom full of treasures and that God is in charge of blessings. Thinking this way will help us truly be happy when others are blessed. Have a blessed week. Hugs, 2-mama

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