Christmas Quotes about Thankfulness


It’s true that during the Christmas season we are supposed to be thankful, and I am most thankful for you this year.

Jesus taught us so many lessons, and one of them is to be thankful for what we have.

Being thankful is one of the greatest lessons that I learned this holiday season.

When I see the joy of my family and friends on Christmas Day, I know that I have so much for which to be thankful.

Giving praise and being thankful is what the season is all about.

I see so much hurt and pain in the world, and seeing these parts of life makes me happy for all that I have.

The greatest gift I received this Christmas season? Learning how to be thankful for all that I have.

My parents, you have truly instilled in me a sense of thankfulness.

What I have learned this Christmas is that I need to be thankful all year long.

Of course, I’m thankful for the gifts I have received, but I am more thankful for the family and friends who are here to share in this blessed holiday.

Above all, I am thankful for God and Jesus this Christmas season.

Christmas is a time of where when I can really reflect on all for which I am thankful.

Thankfulness is a virtue, and I believe I am finally on my way to learning it.

Christmas is a wonderful time, and we have so much to be thankful for in our family.

Amidst all of the presents, food and laughter, take a moment to think of all that you are thankful for during this Christmas season.

From this Christmas, we should learn that we are to be thankful all year long for the bounty that God has given to us.

Before you eat that Christmas goose, close your eyes and give thanks to the source of all: God.

Christmas is truly magical, and we need to make sure we are thankful for that.


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