Why Gratitude is Great for You

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Enjoy the Long-Term Benefits of Gratitude

Studies have shown that people who practice gratitude report experiencing more joy and pleasure, express more compassion and generosity towards others, and are even less likely to get sick.1 But it can be hard to sustain that spirit of thankfulness, especially when holiday busy-ness distracts you from the celebrations going on around you.

Here’s an easy way to set a daily gratefulness reminder: Start a Plan from our special collection of Thanksgiving-focused devotionals. Plans feed you a little Scripture every day, giving you a few moments to reflect, recharge, and hear from God’s Word.

Remember To Give Thanks!
Prayers Of Thankfulness
Thanksgiving: A Day Of Worship
The Power Of Being Thankful
An Attitude Of Gratitude: Devotions From Your Time Of Grace
I'm Grateful

More Thanksgiving Plans

1 Article: “Why Gratitude is Good,” from Greater Good Magazine.