“Earth should be a temple filled with the songs of grateful saints, and every day should be a smoking censor with the sweet incense of thanksgiving.” C.H. Spurgeon
As you prepare for feasting and fellowship with family and friends, let us not forget those whose sacred circles have been disrupted. Those columns of home, health, safety, and family which anchor our hearts and minds, for some have been blown apart by nature, poor decisions, or the insensitivity of man. Pray for those who are feeling lost, abandoned, rejected, alone. Ask God to strengthen their hearts and minds, and out of His endless supply of love grant them hope, peace and blessed assurance He knows all, see all, and is still there. Then offer up songs of praise, and thanksgiving to our Great God for His amazing love, His mercy and His grace. God has done so much for us. We owe it to ourselves to spend some time in His garden of grace expressing our appreciation for His mercy and great love.
May the God of all mercy and grace be with you and your family this holiday.