S – Psalm 9:1-2 “I will give thanks to the LORD with my whole heart; I will recount all of your wonderful deeds. I will be glad and exult in you; I will sing praise to your name, O Most High.”
O – I will be glad when I focus on the goodness of God.
A – This morning I want to spend an extended time singing praise songs and thinking about God’s wonderful deeds.
P – Lord, thank you for sending Jesus to save the world! Help me to give You thanks with my whole heart.
Do you want to be glad? Focus on the goodness of God.
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Happiest never meant wealthiest, healthiest, strongest, most famous, most respected, most gifted, smartest, most clever, safest, sneakiest or anything elseiest; Happiest has always meant closest to God.
Thanks for posting positive purposeful pauses to ponder
Yes! Happiest is often the opposite of wealth, health and strength – Matthew 5:1-11. The closer we are to Him, the more content. Good words.