Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Are You Really Thanking GOD Enough?

Busy life.

Yes, indeed!

Along this busy life, I have been treading a path full of trials and struggles. Just amazing how GOD can change a person from the inside out. I can feel it in me. I can notice from the people I talk to everyday. Just amazing how I was in the world and now I am so different.

GOD's grace and mercy is overflowing within this sinner.

GOD has taught me to be firm and steadfast in this faith. The faith that HE has entrusted to me.

I'd like to share 2 things that I've learned. Two things that I've been pondering about. One was shared by Cody (something that has been on my mind lately - so timely when he shared this - it's the first one). One was something I've learned from my experiences and I know you have, too.

Some people say that we need to count our blessings and need to thank GOD for the blessings and trials. There are two things that we most often than not forget to be thankful for:

1.) Be thankful to GOD for your prayers that HE didn't do.

Why? Because GOD has HIS own Perfect Will for our lives.

2.) Be thankful to GOD for giving what you need and not what you want.

Why? GOD has our best interests in mind.

Now I'm handing it on to you. Have a blessed life. Desire for GOD's Wisdom and HE will certainly fill you up with beautiful insights.

ALL THE GLORY BELONGS TO GOD ALONE!!! ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE WITH GOD!!!

P.U.S.H.

GOD BLESS YOU ABUNDANTLY! GOD IS ALWAYS WITH YOU - NO MATTER WHAT!

When you feel GOD's love, OVERFLOW!

Make an impact. Make a difference. Make a ripple. Tip the scale. Be a blessing. Be different.

3 comments:

Karen said...

Amen...good advice...

valerie lynn said...

I give thanks to God for all things! Good and bad. Blessings received and blessings not received. He truly knows what is best for me. I am thankful He loves me in spite of all my flaws. Thank you Lord!

Wonderful post my friend!

Blessings!

Great-Granny Grandma said...

How true. God sees the whole picture where we only see a little piece at a time. I can think of many times I wound up being exceedingly thankful for prayers He did not answer the way I wanted them answered.