21 Days of Gratitude: The Power of Shared Thanks, Day 3

21 Days of Gratitude: Day 3, The Power of Shared Thanks

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In the third episode of Grace Enough’s 21 Days of Gratitude, host Amber Cullum explores the profound concept of shared thanks within the context of the sacrificial system God put in place when Israel was first becoming a nation.

This episode dives into the Thanksgiving offering, a voluntary act of gratitude for God’s unsought generosity.

Amber draws connections between this ancient sacrifice and our modern lives as followers of Jesus, emphasizing the importance of shared gratitude among family, friends, and communities.

She shares personal experiences from her family, demonstrating how expressing appreciation can transform relationships and create a culture of gratitude.

If you’re looking to deepen your understanding of gratitude and its transformative power, this episode is a must-listen. 

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Key Takeaways:

  • The Significance of Shared Thanks: The episode highlights the profound power of shared gratitude, emphasizing how expressing appreciation within families, friendships, and communities can transform relationships. 
  • The Timeless Nature of Gratitude: While the episode explores an ancient Israel’s sacrificial system, it draws connections to our modern Christian lives, emphasizing that gratitude is a timeless practice. 
  • Practical Gratitude Exercises: Amber concludes the episode by encouraging listeners to engage in a gratitude practice, urging them to reflect on and express appreciation for family members. This practice not only allows individuals to recognize the unique qualities and gifts within their loved ones but also reinforces the idea that giving thanks can have a profound impact on personal and interpersonal well-being.


“Your offering of thanks to God, not only honors God and ushers you into fellowship with Him, it impacts your family, your friends, your neighbor.” -Amber Cullum

“Giving thanks not only honors God but impacts your family, your friends, your neighbor, your co-workers, and so on. Have you ever looked at someone and said, ‘I appreciate you because… I thank God for you because…’ And watched their response. Their eyes light up. They’re delighted.” -Amber Cullum

“The more you offer thanks out loud, face to face, the more you experience God’s kingdom on Earth as it is in heaven, not because He begins giving you more of a reward, but because your eyes are opened to what already is.”” -Amber Cullum

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