100 Things To Be Thankful For

The 51st Week of Gratitude:  100 Things To Be Thankful For. Here are some of mine.

I’m thankful for….     Everyday that I wake up to see the New Day. That I can enjoy the Present of Being who God has call me to become. The Gift of Life that God has Blessed me with through His Son, Jesus Christ, Our Salvation , His Kingdom.

I’m thankful for my Family, Friends and my Enemies, they all have something that God has shaped me with. The Challenges  and Surprise that comes and Causes me to Rethink. I Can Believe, Trust God.

I’m thankful for the Beauty that Surrounding me. Through Songs, Nature, People, Writing  and whatever I See, Smell,  Hear, Taste, Feel, Touch, or gain Insight in Life’s Issues that come.

I’m thankful for the Necessity of Life… a place to call Home, Food, Water, things to Wear,   Communication Devices, things that will make Improvement with  what I lack.

I’m thankful for the Church, Ministers, Communion, Prayers, the Gatherings, Scriptures, the Holy Bible, Speaking in a Heavenly Language, Fruit of the Spirit, Water Baptism, Worship, and Singing Praises to God. I’m thankful that I can Be apart of a Group or a Community.

I’m thankful for that I’m Learning things about my Family History. The things on the journey making Connections.  My Ancestors and Relatives are a link to my history.

I’m thankful that I can have Chooses. That I have an Imagination to use   and Create. I can do things that I Enjoy  what  Doing. That I am able to be.

I’m thankful for Teachers, Mentors, People of God, Peacemakers, Protectors from harms. I’m thankful for the Caring others and have a Grateful Heart to look after others. The Angels that God has charge  over us.

May we be thankful for what God has given us.
May we express to others how thankful we are.

Thanks for reading.
God bless you.
S.A. Blakley


About Susan

Follower of Jesus Christ, Worshiper, Caregiver, Love Searching Family History, Lupus Warrior: On Twitter , Facebook ~ Journal on Xanga under the username of Journaling_Susan
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