When we give thanks despite our circumstances we honor God. God is good when life is not. Look around, there is always something to be thankful for. If you have a family, thank him. If you have friends, thank him. Provisions? Thank him. Salvation? Thank him. Healthy? Thank him. In this season of adoration, let God know how really grateful you are for his grace and mercy. That is a gift we all can give to him.
Arelishia Bridges, Hawkinsville
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