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There is an old proverb from Eastern Europe that says, “Who does not thank for little, will not thank for much.” In other words, the person who goes through life being thankful for God’s gifts and blessings usually experiences more of life’s goodness—and inhabits more of God’s blessings. This beautiful book celebrates autumn and anticipates the season of Thanksgiving. It challenges people to live in a way that blesses God, from whom all good things come. Includes reflections from a wide array of authors including Henry van Dyke, Sarah Josepha Hale (the “Mother of American Thanksgiving”), Abraham Lincoln, and Louisa May Alcott, as well as many songs, psalms, and prayers.

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