Here we are. November 2017
It’s that time of year again when everyone takes some time to focus on the things they are thankful for. Generally I don’t get involved with all the gratitude posts and writings because I want to think that I strive to be thankful for what I have all year long. However, the past few months have been both a huge blessing and incredibly hard and I feel like it would be best for me to spend this month really focusing on my blessings and what God has given me to remember that even through the hard times.
November 1st: My Salvation
I would be remiss if I made the decision to start this off by showing my gratitude for anything other than the blessing of my salvation in Christ first. This has to be the one thing that I am the most grateful for in my life. It it weren’t for the saving grace that I received 23 years ago I would not be the person that I am today and I would not be living the life that I have today.
I don’t think that at 8 years old when I made the commitment to Christ that I really and truly understood what it was that I was doing. And even at the age of 16 when I made the decision to rededicate my life after having made some less than stellar life decisions, did I really understand what I had made a decision to do.
Even now, at 31 I don’t think that I fully grasp the fullness of the sacrifice that Christ’s death on the cross is. But the thing I do know is that I can wake up every morning knowing that I have a fresh start and I can go to bed every night knowing that no matter how good or bad the day may have been, no matter what mistakes might have been made I have hope and peace that all is going to be as it should be.
Christ’s death meant that I can life and life abundantly and for that I am grateful and thankful each and every day. Now my only prayer is that I do my very best to guide my children to the same hope I have.
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praise the lord! Thank you for sharing your testimony! God bless you!