The True Barometer of Your Faithfulness

I’ve never been thankful for fleas. But these days, I’m starting to wonder.

October 8 was Thanksgiving Sunday at Westminster. We explored the incredibly close relationship between thankfulness and faithfulness. In fact, as R Alan Culpepper wrote, “Gratitude may be the purest measure of one’s character and spiritual condition.”

But why?

We dove into the story of the 10 lepers and why intentionally cultivating gratitude in your life makes you stronger and better able to handle adversity.

The message is called “The True Barometer of Your Faithfulness.”


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  1. Eileen Egyedy, Halifax N.S. : October 9, 2017 at 3:46 pm

    Listening to this podcast with my friend Christa Wagner (Associate Producer of the hit show “Oak Island”)…upon the discussion before dinner here is what she said…”The greatest gift you give to the world is your story”…love gratitude !!!

    • I’m glad you were able to listen in, Eileen — and glad that you had Christa to enjoy it with too! Yes, stories can be very powerful, especially when shared with others. 🙂

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