What’s the Password?
Enter with the password: “Thank you!”
Make yourselves at home, talking praise.
Thank him. Worship him.
For God is sheer beauty,
all-generous in love,
loyal always and ever.
~ Psalm 100:4-5
I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought;
and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.
~ G.K. Chesterton
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Wonderful version of this scripture in the Message. Yes Lord! Thank you Thank you Thank you!!! My heart overflows with gratitude for His grace and mercy over me. Blessings to you Jennifer 🙂
Gratitude is truly what makes life click! It affects your outlook each day, how you relate to others, and how you envision our future. It can really change your life! Thank you Jennifer for sharing this, the lovely picture, and simplicity of what this action can bring to our lives! 🙂
Thank you Jesus for giving Jennifer this message to share with us. I am grateful that today I can see clearly enough to get through my emotions and be able to serve with joy.
Absolutely beautiful Jennifer!
Love this post and I am so grateful I’ve met you!
I’ve always loved this translation of a well known verse —
Yes, we have the key!
That’s one of my favorite psalms. I *love* that Chesterton quote!
Our pastor spoke about gratitude in Saturday’s sermon. I love it when God leads me!
Thank the Heavenly Father for loving each of us every day!
Praising and thanking Him is the main focus of life… from now through eternity. Thanking would truly be my “password”…
“happiness doubled by wonder” yes this ! This is rich gratitude… Your art, Jennifer is gift. Bless your Sabbath rest.
“Happiness is gratitude doubled by wonder.” oh goodness, does this man know how to coin a phrase! Thank you for sharing it with us!
Just love it, and I like the GK Chesterton thought too.
We are learning the way to ease stress is to give hearty praise. This changes the way we think, the way we act. Indeed, the password to satisfaction