Holiday Eating Survival Guide - How To Approach The Loaded Holiday Table
Holiday Eating Survival Guide: How To Approach The Loaded Holiday Table
November 19, 2019
Controlling Your Weight Over The Holidays
Holiday Eating Survival Guide – Controlling Weight Over Holidays
December 3, 2019

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The fourth Thursday in November that marks a rare departure from the typical priorities and patterns of modern-day life. Thank God for Thanksgiving! My heart is full to overflowing.

Thank God for…

  • Light with the flip of a switch
  • A chilly glass of iced tea filled with too much ice…just the way I like it
  • The sound of a my happy college girl’s voice as she shares her excitement about an upcoming ski trip
  • The ability to tap my thoughts onto a computer screen and broadcast them…literally, around the world

My heart is full to overflowing…this list could go on and on.

I created a little gift for you to remember that God alone can fill your deepest longings and satisfy your deepest desires.

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Take a moment to ponder your own list today. Often, our greatest blessings go unnoticed; taken for granted as the normal trappings of everyday life.

8 Let them praise the Lord for His goodness
and for His wonderful works to the people!
For He satisfies the longing soul
and fills the hungry soul with goodness.

Psalms 107: 8-9

How will you see your cup today? Is it half-empty or half-full? God alone can satisfy, but He doesn’t stop at the bare minimum He can literally fill us to overflowing.

May I take this opportunity to wish each of you a Happy Thanksgiving!

~ Shellie

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2 Comments

  1. Happy Thanksgiving!!

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