Eucharisteo—comes right out of the Gospel of Luke: “And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them … ” (Luke 22:19 NIV). In the original language, “he gave thanks” reads “eucharisteo.”
The root word of eucharisteo is charis, meaning “grace.” Jesus took the bread and saw it as grace and gave thanks. He took the bread and knew it to be gift and gave thanks.Eucharisteo, thanksgiving, envelopes the Greek word for grace, charis. But it also holds its derivative, the Greek word chara, meaning “joy.” Charis. Grace. Eucharisteo. Thanksgiving. Chara. Joy.
Join me in my brand new online video class "Eucharisteo"-A gratitude Journal. I will teach you to make your very own 26 page journal and then how to complete a page in it. I will also give you tons of examples of completed pages for inspiration. The videos are available with forever access, so you can watch them at your convenience.
Some Page Examples:
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