Along with some turkey and mashed potatoes and green beans, I’ll be eating cranberry pake today. And hopefully tomorrow. (I would invite you over for a piece, but hey there’s a pandemic, so I guess I’ll just eat it all.)
Unlike pretty much every other year, our family won't be in person with any extended family or friends this Thanksgiving. But we can still be thankful, especially for the simple blessings of each day.
In times of hardship and scarcity, with the eyes of faith, we can see more clearly our daily blessings. So I invite you to be thankful for
- whatever food you have to eat today,
- a place to sleep and clothes to wear,
- air to breathe and people who care about you,
- a wonderful church community,
- and most of all for a God who loves you very much.
Happy Thanksgiving! God bless you.
PS--Sunday is the beginning of ADVENT
, with a new sermon series. See info below.
PS#2 If you want to do some coloring to help you be thankful, click on my "masterpiece" below to print your own blank coloring sheet.