Day 12: 12 Days of Purposeful Wellness

We have been given the Greatest Gift – Celebrate! 

As you wrap those last minute gifts and put the finishing touches on your holiday table, remember with gratitude that we have received the greatest gift of all.  In the gift of Jesus’ earthly life, death and resurrection we have had the gift of salvation, healing, provision, protection, joy, peace and so much more handed to us.  If you haven’t accepted the gift, it would be the best day ever if you did.  If you have received this precious gift, celebrate it today by making use of it – claim the promises and hold onto the Saviour’s hand as he leads us with purpose through this life.  No one wants to give a gift to a love one to have it put in a display case or closet and never used.  Why would God be any different?  Celebrate the gift today. 

Prayer:  Jesus, thank you, thank you for being the most wonderful gift.  Your presence is the perfect fit for each one of us, no matter our age or dress size.  We celebrate You today and rejoice.  Help us to experience that promise that In Your presence is fullness of joy.  While part of the celebration includes food, we choose to focus on you. You are the greatest gift and we love You and thank You for it.

Dear friends, my prayer is that I’ve been able to guide you to a new or renewed mindset of desiring to pursue Jesus and a wellness journey more intentionally through this Christmas season, not waiting for a new year to start to begin again.  I would love to hear how God led you; your successes and where you need to spend some effort in the weeks and months ahead. 

I am still walking out this journey and I would love to have you join me in 2022 for our best year yet!

Published by Grace Gardiner

I am a Jesus girl, married to the biggest fan any woman could have. I have an amazing family that I treasure dearly. I am a teacher, speaker, writer, encourager and lover of way too many books and craft supplies. My passion is to seek God first in every area of my life and to lead women to find the purpose God has for them so they can thrive.

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