Thankfulness removes the sting of hardships.
Sometimes, hardships are small like the aching tooth I endured yesterday. (I rubbed Oil of Oregano on my gums, said a prayer, and today, it’s all better). 🙂
Other times, hardships are huge like not having loved ones in my life. 🙁
If I dwell on any hardship, rain threatens to soak my heart.
Instead, I choose to dwell on thankfulness in the midst of my hardships.
And guess what?
When I do, the sun shines in my heart.
So I continue to:
“Sing praises over everything, any excuse for a song to God the Father in the name of our Master, Jesus Christ.” – Ephesians 5:20 (MSG)
#LET’S BE THANKFUL … EVERYDAY!
And a very HAPPY THANKSGIVING to my American neighbors.
P.S. Matilda and I are also thankful for the greeting card orders we received. And it’s not too late to place your–> Christmas order.