Print out these free coloring pages perfect for Thanksgiving featuring LDS gratitude quotes from general authorities. Use them at the Thanksgiving table, family home evening, to color in church in primary or other classes or just at home. These are free but I ask that they are not downloaded and printed on other sites without permission. And if you can show some love by pinning them it would make my heart happy.
There are some colorable free prints and some with solid lettering too if you would like them as something to hang. There is also printing instructions at the bottom of the post if you have questions. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and I hope you enjoy these!
FREE LDS GRATITUDE QUOTES PRINTABLE
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“Sincerely giving thanks not only helps us recognize our blessings, but it also unlocks the doors of heaven and helps us feel God’s love.” —Thomas S. Monson
“We can lift ourselves and others as well when we refuse to remain in the realm of negative thought and cultivate within our hearts an attitude of gratitude.” —Thomas S. Monson
“The grateful man sees so much in the world to be thankful for, and with him the good outweighs the evil. Love overpowers jealousy, and light drives darkness out of his life.” —Joseph F. Smith, Gospel Doctrine, 5th ed. (1939), 263.
“True gratitude is an expression of hope and testimony.” —Dieter F. Uchtdorf
“Remembrance is the seed of gratitude which is the seed of generosity. ” —Henry B. Eyring
“The Savior is our perfect example not only of generous giving but also of gracious receiving.” —Dieter F. Uctdorf
“Gratitude is a Spirit-filled principle. It opens our minds to a universe permeated with the richness of a living God.” —Bonnie D. Parkin
“When we express thankfulness to God and to his Son, Jesus Christ, we base our faith and repentance upon their forgiveness and their goodness.”–Robert D. Hales
“Gratitude takes us outside of ourselves and focuses our attention on Deity and others.” —Ann M. Dibb
” To express gratitude is gracious and honorable, to enact gratitude is generous and noble, but to live with gratitude ever in our hearts is to touch heaven.” —Thomas S. Monson