Let’s face it:
2020 has been a ridiculously unpredictable year. It’s been frightening, depressing, and sometimes exciting. Some of the things that have happened so far in 2020 probably would have never entered our minds last year.
if you stop and think about it, there have also been many blessings.
Stop and be silent.
Think on the blessings that the Lord bestows on each of us daily.
In the words of the old hymn,
The joy of helping others.
A surprise visit or phone call from a friend.
A beautiful day.
Comfort in sorrow.
Help with struggles.
A good report from your doctor.
Completing a task. Graduating.
The birth of a grandchild.
The purchase of a forever home.
A much-needed vacation.
An impromptu picnic or date with your sweetheart.
The comfort of home.
The love and support of friends and family.
Those are just a few that have come to mind.
Make your own list.
The Lord blesses us in SO many ways. Even if the world seems to have lost its ever-living mind, our Lord remains constant.
Give thanks to Him.
Call on His name.
Make His name known everywhere.
Look to Him. Seek Him always.
God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
Give Thanks Along With Me!
Mandy is sharing her thankfulness on Instagram this month. We would love for you to join us there!
It’s Your Turn!
It’s Legacy Link Up Time. Share one or two of your favorite posts about Leaving a Legacy. It’s could be a biography review or a Bible Study or a personal testimony. We look forward to reading your post. Remember to read, comment, and share on your neighbor’s post as well.
Glenae Atchison is a native of Indiana, and a long time resident of Mississippi. She graduated from Asbury College in 1983 with a BS in Music Education. She and her husband, Skip have been married for over thirty years. They have two married children and three grandchildren. Glenae is active in choir, two group Bible studies, United Methodist Women, and is a certified lay servant in the United Methodist Church. Her favorite activities include singing and playing the piano, sewing, quilting, and making Swedish weave blankets.