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The Gratitude Project – Refresh!

THE GRATITUDE PROJECT
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GRATITUDE FRY BROWN 4_2020-3Gratitude Changes everything. Let’s change the world together!

“Have you not known? Have you not heard? The everlasting God, the Lord, the Creator of the ends of the earth, neither faints nor is weary …”
Isaiah 40:28

Nefertiti Williams, Director of Alumni Engagement, Candler School of Theology is grateful. A member of the Atlanta Selah Dream Team, she is an accomplished woman who loves, laughs and is a purveyor of joy! She shares her gratitudes on her icon. Please share yours in the comment section and share this message with others.

Today, I’m grateful for a brand new day!

Let us pray outloud:

God of this brand new day, we welcome you with our many morning moods. Some of us barely made it though the night while others couldn’t wait for a fresh start. Some of us dread the crises we must face today while others view these challenging times as opportunities to be conduits of Your power.

Whatever the circumstance, help us not to repeat the mistakes of the past and keep us from new evils that seek to disrupt. Refresh us with your Spirit.Provide the resources for our rescue and redemption today and always…in Christ’s name. Amen.

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Spread gratitude all around today! Gratitude Changes everything!

Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie
10th Episcopal District AME Church
Founder, Selah Leadership Encounter for Women



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  1. Daniela Bailey says:

    Today, I’m grateful for the strength granted me to conquer one of my fears! I’m grateful that I am who I am, and I’m enough

  2. Dorothy Smith Manning says:

    I’m grateful for being a blessing to someone that was in need. I’m grateful for being able to provide. I’m grateful for God touching me.

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