by Roger Thomas

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The Power of Thank You (2 of 20)
Series: Forever Living in a Whatever World
Roger Thomas
Philippians 1:3-8

Introduction: Don't you wish you knew some magic words? Did you ever wish you could say a word that could open doors, solve your problems, and make your wishes come true? Ali Baba could say "Open Sesame" to open the robber's den in "Tales of the Arabian Nights." Every magician says "abracadabra" to make rabbits appear or objects vanish in thin air.

What would give to know the magic words that could change your life? I have just such words for you today. In fact, these words are better than magic. These two little words, if spoken with sincerity, with regularity, and with persistence will totally revolutionize your world. I'm talking about real magic here--not just the pretend variety.

These words can change your attitude. They can turn even the most down in the mouth pessimist into a joy-filled optimist. If you say these words truly and often, you will never look at the world the same way. Your relationships will change.

Do you want joy, hope, contentment, peace of mind, and peace with the people around you? These two words will make all the difference. Here they are. Write them down. Don't forget them. I'm giving them to you free, but they are worth a king's ransom. Ready? These two words will change your world from the inside out: Thank you!

You may think I'm joking. I couldn't be more sincere. I truly believe that most of us would find our lives absolutely revolutionized if we utter these two words--Thank You--regularly, sincerely, publicly and personally.

The world's unhappiest people are the proud, the self-reliant, the selfish--in a word, the ungrateful. Those who think they are self-made, that they have no one but themselves to thank for what they have and who they are--are most often the most depressed, negative thinking, pessimistic folk you will ever meet. The key to a different future for such a perso ...

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