Our country celebrates a very special day each year at this time called Thanksgiving. Families and friends gather to share a meal and enjoy time together.
A common thought is often expressed in the need to be thankful everyday and not just one day each year. We would all agree, and I believe most of us do express our gratitude.
Spiritual leaders have much for which to be thankful. The God-given responsibility of leading can be a heavy burden, but the rewards are rich in eternal blessings. I will not be able to exhaust the list, but let me share a few. I am thankful for the…
…incredible God who created me, loved me, and was willing to die for me.
…beautiful wife, children and grandchildren that surround my life.
…wonderful opportunity of working with the greatest people on earth, Christians.
…generosity of trust from the faithful supporters who make this work possible.
…abundant blessings of both a physical and spiritual nature.
…perfect Word that provides direction, strength, hope, and promise.
If we think about it, there are many areas for which we should be thankful. Give thanks.