A Year of Gratitude

My mission for 2020 was to cultivate an attitude of gratitude. I will continue this mantra into 2021 with the addition of a Gratitude Jar.

My jar is ready to recieve a year’s worth of blessings!

The goal is to write down at least one thing that I am grateful for each day and put it in the jar. At the end of the year I will look back at all God has accomplished in my life & the lives of my loved ones. Maybe I can even turn the 2021 blessings into “art” and bless someone else.

My husband gave me the plain jar for Christmas & supplies from my craft room did the rest.

Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever.Let Israel say: “His love endures forever.”Let the house of Aaron say: “His love endures forever.”Let those who fear the Lord say: “His love endures forever.” – Psalm 118:1-4 NIV

Happy New Year! May you be richly blessed in 2021🎉🥳🎉

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28 comments

  1. Wow, I love this idea! I do something similar with a slightly different twist to it. I do use a big glass jug and like you, I wrote a post about it. Mine is titled Count Your Days. It was one of my beginning posts, you should be able to find it in the search if you’re interested. It started as an object lesson that I did for a women’s Bible study group. Then I continued it and my jar has been in use for a few years now.

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  2. I am doing something similar in 2021, using a notebook which I plan to keep on my kitchen counter. A recent read of Ann Voskamp’s book, “One Thousand Gifts” has fueled that desire to be more observant of God’s daily grace gifts in my life.

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