A few years ago, I started tracking how much complaining I did. It didn’t take long for me to realize that I was griping far too much. Since then, I have been seeking God’s wisdom on changing my outlook. The Grumbler’s Guide to Giving Thanks fit right in with what I was looking for.
Before I began reading, I thought I was doing a decent job of switching from complaining to thanking. I soon realized that I wasn’t as far along as I had hoped. Just a little bit into the book, I read, “The object of our gratitude needs to expand from something to someone,” and I saw that I was falling short of the purpose of thanksgiving.
This book is full of practical help that points you to giving thanks to God, not generically, but purposefully. Dustin Crowe shows how this leads to building your faith and trust in God. Whether you are struggling with negativity or not, this book can help you better see all the blessings that God has provided. Even when trials hit, you can look to God’s promises and be thankful.
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions are my own.