Then he fell to the ground in worship and said: “Naked I came from my mother’s womb, and naked I will depart. The LORD gave and the Lord has taken away; may the name of the LORD be praised.” Job 1:20-21 Hallelujah!
Source We are familiar with the burden of having too little. Not having enough food. Not having shelter. Not having family or friends. What about the burden of too much? Many of us have too much. Too many clothes, books, houses, cars. Here’s a personal example: too many books. I don’t have thousands of books […]
Source How important it is to appreciate. It is part of thankfulness. I appreciate you!
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Dear Lord, Thank you for today. It is enough. I am enough. Amen!
Source Two people I know are struggling with medical problems. I just read about a woman who died from leukemia early this morning. Be grateful for your life. Be grateful you can stand at the sink and wash dishes. Be grateful for every breath. The next moment is not promised to you. If God takes […]
(Photo credit: Lin T) That’s right ladies and gentlemen! Half a century. Step right up and see the lady who has lived for five, count ’em, decades. Woo hoo! Seriously folks, I am grateful to be alive. I have had a beautiful and blessed 50 years. Yes, some hard times too but as they say, […]
I try to be grateful every day each moment a gift and everything in it I am grateful for my health for that last breath I took I am grateful for the food I ate today I am grateful to have a job a marriage a child grateful for the sunshine for being able to […]
Who am I to complain? My Lord hung on that cross for me. He died for me. And I am up in arms because I can’t find a seat on the subway? Good grief! I should be grateful for everything. For each breath and every heart beat. In every thing give thanks: for this is […]
I am reading One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are by Ann Voskamp and it is having quite an effect on me. I am reading it slowly and letting the wisdom sink in. It speaks to me. I can relate to the anger, the impatience and the need to control. […]