What blessings are you celebrating today?
I write for you as much as for my own benefit.
Often, I get convicted by my own writing.
Here’s to help me remember to thank and love God each day – and not complain as I usually do.
Let us choose to thank Him and not murmur.
Let us choose to love and not drag our cross.
Let us choose to bless, not to curse.
Let us choose to be filled by what is good, rather than what is bad
Let us choose to be in the light, rather than in the dark,
Let us choose to cling to God for strength, rather than our own.
Let us choose to follow His Will, rather than our own will.
For God has given us free will to love and serve Him,
the free will to embrace our cross.
For crosses are blessings in disguise
which, if humbly accepted, exude the Lord’s Joy
Such comfort to know that sorrow has its end
and God lovingly holds our future.
Let us choose to pray, than worry.
Let us praise and thank God for today!
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