1. Pam Halter says:

    Amen!  I thank Him the most for the hope He gives us in Jesus.

    Here’s a little bit of trivia about thanking the Lord for our food: the Bible actually directs us to pray and thank God AFTER we eat.  Deut. 8:10 (NIV) “When you have eaten and are satisfied, praise the Lord your God for the good land he has given you.”

    We used to say the “God is great, God is good” grace when I was growing up and I taught my children that, as well.  After I read this, I told my kids “God is good, God is great. Thank You for the food I ate.”   They think I’m nuts.  HA!

  2. Becky says:

    The simple act of giving thanks is so often lost in today’s culture. It’s good to be reminded that we shouldn’t take any of God’s gifts for granted, including our favorite fantasy stories.

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