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Seven Days of Gratitude: Day 6

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 6 theme is:

healing.

I am always grateful to reflect and see how far God has brought me. I am grateful that we get to evolve and change as people, and most of all, that we get to heal and relate to others differently. We all carry different hurts that we need to heal. There are some God heals in an instant, and some that take a journey.

Healing is difficult. It sometimes requires therapy, uncomfortable conversations, sleepless nights and tears. But healing, while uncomfortable is every bit worth it. It makes us better representatives of Christ. It makes us better children, parents, spouses, and friends.

We cannot live as people who deny God’s power, thinking that some things only happen to certain people but are impossible for us. No, His power is readily available to you. He loves you. He wants to restore you. He is in the business of redemption, every day.

Is there a special way in which healing has blessed you or affected you in this past season or year(s)? Share with us.

“He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” Psalm 147:3

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