COUNT TO TEN
|We Are Born With Ten Fingers|
I have a new reason for you to count your ten fingers. Of course, you can count your toes if you wish, but fingers are easier.
When I was fighting cancer in 2007, I discovered something that medical articles are acknowledging today: Being thankful is a positive part of being healthy.
When it comes to being thankful, no one can do it for you; it’s personal. But your example of being thankful can encourage others to do the same.
Thanksgiving Day comes once a year and is celebrated in many ways. For some it’s a big family holiday. Others look forward to a church or community dinner. Football games reign on TV. But many forget to give thanks of any kind.
|Just Be Thankful--No List Needed|
Is there anything that makes you smile? Anything that brings you joy? A very special memory? Anyone you are thankful to have in your life? Any personal gift or talent you like to share with others?
When I was growing up, many churches had a service on Thanksgiving Day. In fact, I helped organize a few of them. But now days most people are left to give thanks on their own.
|Sunrise and Sunset Show God's Faithfulness|
That’s three things out of ten. Keep on counting!