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Reader Opinion: Thinking of Others

It really is beginning to look a lot like Christmas. I woke up to that familiar white glow shining through the curtains and that got me thinking! Take a moment, out of your crazy, hectic schedule and think of those in your communities, work place...

It really is beginning to look a lot like Christmas. I woke up to that familiar white glow shining through the curtains and that got me thinking!

Take a moment, out of your crazy, hectic schedule and think of those in your communities, work places or just a stranger on the street. What do they want! What could they use, it could be as small as a toothbrush or a comb! Money isn't everything!

Glory and honor to YHWH for his enduring faithfulness! He is the only one we can truly count on and fully trust. He never fails, regardless of whether we understand his plans or see the "good" in what he allows.

Little gestures can make all the difference in a person's day. A hand smoothed over a feverish brow. A gentle kiss on the cheek. A blanket drawn over someone who's drifting off to sleep, a book in their hands forgotten.

Glory to YHWH who provides all our needs! He may not provide all our wants but he is faithful to give us what we need! Thanks to you Adonai for all that you provide in your loving, graciousness!

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I think the idea of a day put aside for giving thanks is a most beautiful thing. But you can have that everyday. You can spend the year worrying, wondering and asking yourself why you even bother, and then on one day you can sit back and think about all that you're grateful for, but what about your neighbors, and friends. What do they want!

Kat Beireis

Pequot Lakes

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