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Always Be Thankful, But Never Be Satisfied

Always be Thankful, Never be Satisfied

Gratitude is the fuel for more blessings in your life!

 

Being Thankful is not optional for Kingdom expanders. Furthermore, being thankful (showing gratitude) for small mercies, is the fuel of more blessings in our lives.

 

This, of course, makes being thankful an essential part of the believer’s way of life.

 

And yet, too much gratitude may lead one to…

 

You’ll have to listen to this episode to discover the possible snare in being too content and grateful.

 

Remember. “Too much of a good thing can be bad for you.”

 

Get your Free PDF Download to present this fantastic episode as a study or teaching for your church, Bible study, or organization. Just scroll down to the download button.

 

In This Episode You Will:

 

♦ Have access to a PDF download of this thanksgiving podcast.

 

♦ Discover the 7 scientifically proven benefits of developing an attitude of gratitude.

 

♦ Learn the possible pitfall of an attitude of gratitude. Yes, there is such a thing!

 

♦ Be shocked by a Thomas Edison quote relating to satisfaction.

 

♦ Get an earful of Jim Rohn’s take on this topic.

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Let us know what you’re grateful for. How did this teaching have an impact on your way of thinking?

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About the author, Sebastien

Sebastien Richard is a certified John Maxwell Team leadership trainer as well as a busy dad, author, podcaster, Bible teacher, and entrepreneur.

He is the founder and Director of Operations of Thriving on Purpose (https://www.thrivingonpurpose.com), a faith-based leadership and personal growth organization that seeks to empower Kingdom believers through faith, leadership, and personal growth. With his wife (Elisabeth), he co-hosts The Thriving on Purpose weekly podcast.

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