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140 Words (More or Less) About Thanksgiving

It’s Twitterific Thursday and it’s Thanksgiving.  You probably know the drill by now.  I write a post in 140 words, more or less.

Today is Thanksgiving.  I’m not sure what I should write about today.

Should I write about all of the things that I am thankful for today? Christ, Salvation, Marriage, Children, Family, Health, Job and more?

Should it be that I will enter His gates with thanksgiving in my heart?

Should it be about my prayer life and how I should not be anxious for anything, but by prayer and supplication and thanksgiving let my requests be made known to God?

What is the answer to what my blog post should be about today?

The answer is yes.  Yes to all of these.

I am thankful for all of this and more.  I need to strive to come to God with thanksgiving in my heart.  I need to lay down any anxiety and trust Him through prayer.

How about you?  What does Thanksgiving mean to you today?

  1. November 25, 2011 at 8:21 am

    Thanksgiving was a little different for us yesterday as we were up in NYC with just the four of us (my wife, my two kids, and me). I ran a marathon yesterday which was definitely different. I’m looking forward to our “Thanksgiving meal” on Saturday. For me, Thanksgiving means family, reflection, thanksgiving, and hope for the future.

    And one of the things I”m thankful for this year…is the friends I’ve met through blogging. Hope you had a great day yesterday, Larry!

  1. November 26, 2011 at 6:38 am

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