Have you ever thought of how much we actually have? You are now up to your eyeballs in turkey, glazed ham and potato peelings. I guess you know that tomorrow is Thanksgiving, right?
Have you thought about who you can invite to share your majestic feast this year?
Did you know that the first pilgrims were once rationed to five grains of corn each? They had so little.
As time changed and things got better, it became a tradition to put five corn kernels on every plate. Each person then announced five things for which they were grateful.
Do you do this in your family? Maybe you don’t have any corn kernels you do know how to count to five; right?
So you aren’t inviting anyone to share your meal? Would you be willing to send a plate of food to the lonely widow down the street, or send a banana loaf to the family across the street? Why not?
Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ; (Ephesians 5:20<KJV)
Prayer- Father, today we are especially thankful. Amen (From Colossians 3:15, KJV)