Finding Your Creative Bones® 365-Day Devotional © 2023
Pause in your day to stop and give thanks.
But it is right for us to give praise to God at all times for you, brothers, loved by the Lord, because it was the purpose of God from the first that you might have salvation, being made holy by the Spirit and by faith in what is true:
And in this purpose he gave you a part through the good news of which we were the preachers, even that you might have part in the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ.
So then, brothers, be strong in purpose, and keep the teaching which has been given to you by word or by letter from us.
Now our Lord Jesus Christ himself, and God our Father who had love for us and has given us eternal comfort and good hope through grace,
Give you comfort and strength in every good work and word.For (2 Thessalonians 2.13-17 Bible in Basic English (BBE))
Thank you, Lord.
How often do you stop and give thanks for your many blessings? To realize and reflect on the many times you had the inexplicable happen, and it was good? God was there. He blesses us continuously, loves us constantly, and stands ready to assist, even when we don't realize we are in need. He loves you. Thank him for these gifts. He blesses you continuously. Praise his name for anyone to hear. He sent his only son to save you, fall on your knees, sing hymns of joy, and give thanks for the gift of eternal peace and joy.
I am at a loss, Lord, to find sufficient words to thank and praise you. Accept my simple Thank You as an acknowledgment that you bless me beyond my expectations and comprehension, and I am grateful. I give myself to you. Allow me the privilege to serve and bring others to the kingdom. Help me stand as an example of one who accepts you, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit as my future and path through this world into the next. I love you, and thank you for being the guide and light for my journey and the joy for my soul. I pray in Jesus Christ's name. Amen
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