Paul shows it to us from his own life acknowledging that
he has had some good circumstances to give thanks in that year, as well as some not good
circumstances to give thanks in that same year.
Now I don’t know about you, but this year I’ve had some good circumstances, as well as some
not good circumstances. An important test for me in both was to pause and give thanks. (You
may need to think on that for a few seconds.)
I can share from my heart that I am always in a better place when I take the time to stop and
I hope this Thanksgiving holiday will be a blessed one for you and whether things are going
good or not, you will take some purposeful time and give thanks to God.
I hope to see you this weekend, if you are not traveling.
I am looking forward to talking about getting 'Breathing Room' in our lives, and then on Sunday
evening kicking off the Christmas season with a concert by Mark Schultz. This will be great fun
and a wonderful opportunity to invite a friend.
P.S. We are close to the home-stretch in our reading through the New Testament; keep up the effort; it
is so worth it!