This year Thanksgiving is going to be considerably different with all the precautions being taken for Covid-19.
Families aren’t getting together in large groups, and some aren’t getting together at all.
Me, myself, and I are celebrating the day with Chinese food for one.
Does it matter if we are one person or a group of ten; if we have turkey or Chinese food?
No. Thanksgiving is for giving thanks for everything, whether together or not, whatever the meal is. And giving thanks should be a daily prayer rather than a once a year celebration.
Happy Thanksgiving, Canadians, wherever you are.
There seems to be an abundance of anxiety in our society today, taking away our right to contentment and happiness. Here are a few scriptures to help combat this unfortunate state of mind. I hope they will help to bring you a happy Sunday.
Sunday…another day to give thanks, especially on our Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada. Thanks for family, friends, food, fun, safety, blessings and all good things.
Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever. Psalm 107:1
It’s Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada. Today I give thanks for each and every member of my family and pray that as their weekend unfolds they, too, will give thanks. I also give thanks for all who will enjoy this day wherever they may be. Happy Saturday.