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This morning in our prayer time my husband remembered the old hymn "Count your blessings, name them one by one".  It would take me a while.  His mercies are new every morning, and the most wonderful thing is that He saved us and forgives us.  Yes, we are so truly grateful to you Lord. :laugh:

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1 minute ago, SisterActs2 said:

This morning in our prayer time my husband remembered the old hymn "Count your blessings, name them one by one".  It would take me a while.  His mercies are new every morning, and the most wonderful thing is that He saved us and forgives us.  Yes, we are so truly grateful to you Lord. :laugh:

I love that song! Thank you Lord for you abundant Mercy and Grace towards us each day!

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9 hours ago, SisterActs2 said:

This morning in our prayer time my husband remembered the old hymn "Count your blessings, name them one by one".  It would take me a while.  His mercies are new every morning, and the most wonderful thing is that He saved us and forgives us.  Yes, we are so truly grateful to you Lord. :laugh:

Ditto, SisterActs2, exactly.  It would take many lifetimes to count all my blessings for which I am surely thankful.  The first ones that come to mind are salvation, love, my wife, my daughter, family, friends, my job and computer.  There are boundless blessings to be thankful for associated with all those blessings.  I am also grateful for this site, Christian fellowship found here, at my church and at events in my city.  Today I am especially thankful for it being Thursday, the end of my work week, TGIT, hallelujah!  God richly bless you and make you aware of His gifts all around you.

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I love this topic!! 

Today I’m thankful for God keeping me calm. For the strength I find in Him. I’m thankful for His word and the encouragement inside it. I’m super thankful for the people God has placed in my life to love and support me. 

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24 minutes ago, GregoryB said:

Ditto, SisterActs2, exactly.  It would take many lifetimes to count all my blessings for which I am surely thankful.  The first ones that come to mind are salvation, love, my wife, my daughter, family, friends, my job and computer.  There are boundless blessings to be thankful for associated with all those blessings.  I am also grateful for this site, Christian fellowship found here, at my church and at events in my city.  Today I am especially thankful for it being Thursday, the end of my work week, TGIT, hallelujah!  God richly bless you and make you aware of His gifts all around you.

Thank you GregoryB, brother.  My first thought when reading your post was "how lovely".  I am also so grateful for all our brothers and sisters on this site, which you and I are so glad to have found.  Praise our wonderful God!

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Today I am thankful for His Truth that sets me free......free from condemnation, free from the curse of sin and death, free from walking in error, free from wrong thinking!

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Like the rest of you, I am thankful for so many things, too numerous to count!  Some of the ones that come to mind right now are my husband.  I know some that long to have a spouse.  It's a blessing to have somebody love you and care for you, but that also loves the Lord.    I am thankful for my eyes, as some can't see.  I am thankful for my ears to hear.  I've met 2 people on Worthy that are deaf, and they've shared the challenges they face with that.  I'm thankful to have Worthy and my friends here that I can fellowship with even when I'm having health challenges that prevent me from leaving my home.  I'm thankful that the Lord gives me ministry to do, and a purpose.  I am grateful that God never turns His back on me!  Have a blessed day all!  :)

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I'm thankful for a peaceful night as I write this.

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Today I am thankful for the people God has brought into my life through Worthy and another forum.....BIG Change!....having the right fellowship of believers is key to strengthening my walk with Him....AMEN!...Hugs to all my brothers and sisters in Christ!

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I am thankful for another day God has given to me, and that my 88 year old mother is still with me.

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