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Saturday, November 30, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving!

"Reflect upon your present blessings, of which every man has many-- not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some." ~Charles Dickens Today the entire United States celebrates one of its most cherished national holidays -- Thanksgiving Day. It's a day often filled with great food, family get-togethers, and lots of sports on TV for those who care (Go Steelers and Lions!). But the real intent of the day is to take a break from the daily routine. To step back and reflect. And then to give thanks to God for all the blessings we have, as a nation and as individuals. Sometimes that's not always easy. You can either beat yourself up over past mistakes, or learn from them. And look forward to better days ahead. After all, your life is FILLED with potential... and opportunities right now… if you only accept them. Most people dwell on the negative of past mistakes, and that paralyzes them from creating a better future. May you find joy and thankfulness in whatever you do. The road to get there may seem daunting at times…but we can all be thankful that we do not walk that journey alone. Happy Thanksgiving from... www.nccxpastor.blogspot.com

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