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Infectious Gratitude/Contagious Generosity

Psalm 127 Hebrews 9:24-28
When we think about getting better at practicing thankfulness, we might think in very personal terms about the people or circumstances that have blessed us.Gratitude is sometimes a strong emotion.But some of you have told me that gratitude feels more like the background music to your life, a soundtrack that accompanies you as you go.I like that image.Today I want to emphasize that gratitude is also something we experience in our community life.

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