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Seven Days of Gratitude: Day 7


Day 7: Reinvention

Dear friends,

We made it to day 7. Here we are. Thank you to all of you who have participated in our daily challenges. I hope it has blessed you as much as it has blessed me.

As always, we encourage you to join the fun. It’s never too late to show gratitude and share.

Please share your gratitude reflections via posts and stories with #7daysofgratitude and tag us. As always, I am grateful for you.

Wishing all of you a beautiful season of gratitude.

With gratitude,



“It’s never too late to be what you might have been.” George Eliot

That’s one of the amazing things about God– He radically transforms us. We can be one person on one day and have an encounter with Him and then never be the same.

Being able to use what we learn and having God working on our hearts is one of the greatest gifts.

This year was one where I continued doing some challenges and courses. I took an etiquette course that I enjoyed so much. Learning changes us. A running theme throughout my courses was the fact that it’s never too late to be exactly who you want/dream of being. Deeper than that, God is constantly working in us to bring us up to the potential He has for us, as we allow it. I pray we can be intentional about this.

“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what is the good, pleasing, and perfect will of God.” Romans 12:2

In what ways did you reinvent yourself in this past year?

They say the one competition we are in is to be a better reflection of God than what we were yesterday.

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