It’s fall. It is the beginning of the season of gratitude. Let us all start this season with a universal prayer of thanks.
We are the descendants of our strongest ancestors. Let us remember with gratitude all our familiar and Biblical relatives that came before us.
we give you thanks for the simple pleasures of life: for garden harvests, coffee conversations, familiar surroundings, for the health and strength to appreciate the wonder of life, needs met and desires fulfilled.
How do we know if all the work we do is making a difference? The answer is ‘THANK GOD WE CAN’T!
How might today be different if you chose to see all these gifts for what they are and BE THANKFUL.
Holy God we THANK YOU for calling us out of sameness and dullness of mind to remember who we are and whose we are. THANK YOU for making us in your image, unique in all the world.
Thank you God to all the challenges in my life and the ability to meet them.
We thank YOU also for all disappointments and failures that lead us to acknowledge our dependence on YOU alone.
UTO reminds you to count your blessings.
I believe that appreciation is a holy thing — that when we look for what’s best in a person we happen to be with at the moment, we’re doing what God does all the time.
If you want to find happiness, find gratitude. Remember to count your blessings!
The struggle ends when gratitude begins. So live in gratitude. Count your blessings!
Generous God, we thank you for the abundance of your blessings you provide for us day-by-day and year-by year.
Oh most generous God, Thank you for the call of Rev. Leslie Scoopmire to be the Priest-in-Charge of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Ellisville, MO.
Most days we go about living our lives and trying our best, never knowing what impact we have on others. When we practice gratitude we make the world a better place.