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Seven Days of Gratitude: Day 4

The Seven Days of Gratitude are an annual tradition and gratitude challenge for us at MW. We have seven days leading up to Thanksgiving (U.S.) where we reflect on different themes that help us reflect on the things we can be grateful for. Some are obvious and some are a bit more random. I hope you join us on this journey of reflecting on gratitude. You can journal it or share with us on social media @modernwitnesses_ on Instagram. Tag us or do #SevenDaysofGratitude. As always, we are grateful to God for you and everything you are doing to reflect His light.

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Our day 4 theme is:


They say we can learn more about God’s character by looking at His creation. Nature paints us an image of God’s glory, creativity and wit. In nature, we see adorable little creatures, and we see His provision and goodness.

Jesus said in Matthew 6:26: “Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?”

Animals, when wild, can be wildly entertaining. I personally love to go to the park with my fiancé and feed the squirrels. Animals, when domesticated, can be incredibly loyal friends and become a part of the family.

Has God blessed you with a furry friend? Is there an animal you love to see in nature that inspires you and reminds you of God’s goodness?

Share with us and tag us! Animals are special creatures, and they leave their mark on our lives.

2 thoughts on “Seven Days of Gratitude: Day 4 Leave a comment

  1. I’ve always loved watching ducks play. They appear to have so much fun while working so hard to stay afloat. It reminds me that work is good, whatever that work may be, and that there is opportunity to play along the way.


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