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Thanksgiving


Author: breezy9
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Just thinking about the coming Canadian holiday. - breezy9


Thanksgiving



Poem #1 -
Thanks to God our King for Himself


T - time to praise the Lord in the beauty of His
H - holiness
A - adoration and allelujah for all God's blessings
N - never ending friendships, family and fellowship
K - kindness displayed jubiliation and rejoicing
S - sincere celebration time under God, the Soveriegn King for his protection through times of suffering and service and thank you for Jesus' sacrifice for my salvaton
G - gratitude and devotion to God in heaven
I - instilling values into children for the gifts of God
V - valuing people and life
I - initating prayers for a year of blessings
N - noticing the poor and helping them out
G - glorifying God for all His gifts.



Poem 2 - A Prayer for Thanksgiving

Heavenly Father, Thank you for:

T - turkey on the table and time spent together
H - happiness for the holiday and lots of good health
A - angels, animals and autumn adventures with them
N - nights of slumber and nights of love
K - kids - our children,
S - seasons - a variety of weather for a whole year - summer, winter, spring and fall. And for savings - the money that we have been able to set aside to help retain our independence during his retirement.
G - gifts, all creation - sun, moon, stars, weather and botanical life
I -invitations for salvation for everyone
V - values like the 10 commandments and loving others as ourselves.
I - inviting us to pray for safety from our enemies.
N - noticing all the tiny hiding places and for being able to see all the inner heart feelings and thoughts of all the people of the world!
G - God's goodness -

Dear Lord

Thank you Lord for everything.

Signed,

A whole bunch of people that love YOU a whole lot.




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