Read Luke 17 today.

One of the stories in this chapter is when Jesus healed ten people who were suffering from leprosy. One of the surprising things about this story is that Jesus’ teaching was relative to this event was not about the miracle of healing. It was about the response to healing.
Ten people were healed yet only one expressed thanksgiving and gave the glory to God. I sometimes wonder if the proportions of that story remain typical. We experience positive things in our lives everyday, but are we thankful? Do we notice the little things other people do for us? Do we express gratitude for those things? Do we notice the regular miracles of God we experience daily?
To God be the glory!
Luke 17:11-18 NLT
As Jesus continued on toward Jerusalem, he reached the border between Galilee and Samaria. [12] As he entered a village there, ten lepers stood at a distance, [13] crying out, “Jesus, Master, have mercy on us!” [14] He looked at them and said, “Go show yourselves to the priests.” And as they went, they were cleansed of their leprosy. [15] One of them, when he saw that he was healed, came back to Jesus, shouting, “Praise God!” [16] He fell to the ground at Jesus’ feet, thanking him for what he had done. This man was a Samaritan. [17] Jesus asked, “Didn’t I heal ten men? Where are the other nine? [18] Has no one returned to give glory to God except this foreigner?”