Sunday, November 28, 2010

Now Thank We All Our God . . .

Thanksgiving brings new things to be thankful for.
A house filled with love and laughter is something to be thankful for, and so is a house filled with children. Such a house might get cluttered, and you might wonder how the cranberry sauce got on the ceiling -- but really, does anyone mind as long as everyone is having a good time?
We have enough and then some -- leftovers to take home, and leftovers to eat til you don't want to see turkey until next Thanksgiving.
We have room for everyone who wants to come -- warm, dry rooms with chairs to sit on, and places to visit, or wash up, and plenty of room to cook and clean up afterwards.
We have freedom to thank God for the blessings He's given us.
We have abundant life, just like He promised.
Thanks be to God.

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