Reflections of THANKSGIVING
Thanksgiving truly is my most favorite time of the year. I love to sit and reflect on what has been taken, what I’ve been given, and God’s perfect plan for me and mine.
Psalm 66:12 “We went through the fire and through water; yet You have brought us out to a place of abundance.”
God certainly had His hand in every detail. I am walking this life out by His grace and love with those who love and encourage me. God provided! I am living my dream with my happily ever after. He provided the most tender, compassionate, caring man that my heart desired.
God had to unclench my hands in order for me to
raise them to His glory.
There is power, freedom and beauty in the smallest open palm. When I had nothing else to hold onto, I gave Him what I had. Nothing, everything! I offered my open hands to Him.
Jehovah Jireh “The Lord will provide.” Indeed!
He showed me how to jump in the deep end instead of tipping my toes in the shallow. He taught me trust! He taught me how to spill joy again and to drip His light everywhere I go.
Exodus 14:14 “The Lord will fight for you.
You need only be still.”
So many prayers prayed, so many prayers answered.
I will never stop thanking Him
for all I have and all He has done.
All He wants us to do is ask. All He wants us to do is step out of His way and trust Him. He will meet you where you are, whether you are full or empty, thirsty or quenched, bring Him what you have, and bring Him what you are.
I am so magnificently grateful for who He has provided, how he has provided and that He continues to provide for me and Taylor! I couldn't be prouder of who Taylor has become through all of her diversities.
Whether you are on a mountaintop, arms flailing or deep in a valley of stillness, never forget where you’ve come from, where you’ve been. Look back occasionally just to see how far you’ve come and never be afraid to return to the Well. Life gets hard every now and then, even during times of plenty and great blessings.
By God’s grace, He took my drips of hope and gave me strength.
A million “THANK YOU’S” Lord.
His grace is certainly glue for the broken.
I will continue to embrace the big and small moments, every breath I’m given, especially the ones that I struggle to breathe.
So many people watched me go through the fire and come out the other side and I hope they gained strength and renewed their trust in Him along the way. I am forever grateful for each of you. I hope God is using my life now as a witness, a form of daily encouragement, strength and hope to others.
I hope my life is a picture of what He can do if we let Him.
When I feel the warmth of David’s hand laced in mine, it is a simple reminder of thousands of prayers that were prayed and answered.
Gratefulness and thanksgiving overcome me!