We do good to be grateful for God’s provision and blessing throughout our past, but it’s important to recognize God’s mercy through the cross which gives us freedom. The Holy Spirit convicts us to be more grateful for our present situations – both good and bad. In the same way that we are grateful for God’s abundant blessings, we also have the conviction to be grateful in the routine and chaos of life. This perspective aligns us to a faith that secures our past, assures us of our present and releases God’s promise for our future.


Part One - 11/1

 

Part Two - 11/8

 

Part Three - 11/15

 

Part Four - 11/22

 

Part Five - 11/29