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"The LORD has blessed us abundantly."
- Joshua 17:14
 
It is good for us frequently to make what may appear to be a rather trite confession and acknowledge that it is the LORD who has blessed us. Otherwise we may find ourselves making the mistake of the prosperous but foolish farmer in the parable related by Jesus, talking "I" and "myself" and "mine." We must trace our blessings all the way to the divine Source. Then, if success is our lot, we will . . .

"The LORD has blessed us abundantly."
- Joshua 17:14
 
It is good for us frequently to make what may appear to be a rather trite confession and acknowledge that it is the LORD who has blessed us. Otherwise we may find ourselves making the mistake of the prosperous but foolish farmer in the parable related by Jesus, talking "I" and "myself" and "mine." We must trace our blessings all the way to the divine Source. Then, if success is our lot, we will remain humble and for all things always grateful. This is worth repeating: "The LORD has blessed us abundantly"
 
In the shadow of Thanksgiving, yesterday, we must often medidate on the bountiful manner in which the LORD has blessed us. According to His promise, has added the things which we need for body and soul.  St. Paul argues: "He that spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us all things?"
 
Christian friends, We must confess that it has been so in our lives. Indeed "the LORD has blessed us abundantly."
 
      Worthy is God of our worship,
      Worthy is He of our praise,
      Magnify Him with thanksgiving,
      Gladly our voices we raise.
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - The joy of living comes from a heart of thanksgiving.

 

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