Today I woke up overwhelmed by how blessed I am. Have you ever felt that way? So many of life’s blessings are easily taken for granted. I thanked God for waking up in my home.
It’s a beautiful home, I thanked God for my husband who is an amazing provider and a loving companion.
More Christian gratitude…
His love for me is unquestionable and still leaves me breathless.
My cup runneth over when it comes to my children. I am so blessed with incredible children who love The Lord and serve my husband and me with respect.
Oh yeah, my car!
It runs and gets me to where I want to go.
My job grants me opportunities to meet fantastic people and get the occasional giggle I need to make it through this life.
My “mommy” (yes, I still call her that) is a pillar of strength and wisdom. My dearest friend in whom I enjoy sharing life’s joys and mysteries. I love our conversations and thank Jesus for her wisdom in God and His ways of doing things.
I have absolutely the best friends ever. They have loved me through the test of time (and even patience) :). Believe me, I’ve tried their patience. Hey, they tried mine too. 🙂
My body functions and gets me where I need to go. That’s a priceless blessing.
Most of all, I thank God from Whom all blessings flow. His lovingkindness is from everlasting to everlasting.
He opens doors for me and supplies me the wisdom to walk through them.
He restores all that the cankerworm destroyed and renews my soul.
He gives me strength for the battle and encompasses me with the Light of Jesus.
Thanks for reading my testimony. I just needed to get it out. Wait! I must say I’m thankful for you! GodsyGirl’s visitors encourage me so and even keep me sane.
Writing is the only thing that helps me when I’m overwhelmed or stressed. I see the stats for this blog. People visit, peek around, and subscribe. Thank you for that.
I hope you’re grateful, Christian Woman! You are blessed. Somewhere in this world is someone who would pay money to switch places with you. I guarantee it.
Share how you’re blessed below! What are you grateful for? How does your Christian gratitude take shape today?