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Make Everyday a Thanksgiving Day

By: Mark (

It's wonderful to dedicate a day to thank the Lord for all the blessings He has 
given us and we should share with the rest of the world in celebrating this day.

However, we should never forget that we must have everyday as a 
Thanksgiving Day. Not a day passes without feeling the love and grace of our Savior upon us and for that we should be thankful everyday and every second.

Let us pray to the Lord on this day and instead of asking him for material 
things, let us thank him and tell him of how much we love him and appreciate his love for us.



Just this once, Lord, I want to come to you with no problems, but simply to 
say, Thank You:

For your forgiveness when I fail 
For the sheer joy of sleep when I'm terribly tired 
For silent strength of humility when pride overtakes me 
For the justice of your laws when people are cruel 
For the remedies for sickness when I am ill 
For the simplicity or orderliness when I face confusion 
For the assurance that you have made a place especially for me when I feel inadequate among my peers 
For the joy of helping others when I see people in need 
For the earthly evidence of your will when I'm trying to find out what life is all about 
For the reality of your world, when I stray too far into fantasy 
For the rightness of reasonableness when I panic too quickly 
For the fun that refreshes when everything gets too serious 
For the renewal in moments of silence when I'm overly stressed! 
Thank you Lord, for all of these things. But most of all, thank you for your abiding presence that.....


"Continue earnestly in prayer, being vigilant in it with thanksgiving." Colossians 4:2

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