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Appreciating the Almighty – 30 Days of Thankfulness




I’m a bit behind here, but jumping into 30 Days of Thankfulness. This blogging event leads us into a month of gratitude, right through Thanksgiving and into the start of Advent.

Because I adore a challenge, I’m starting with the alphabet, as I adore the Almighty. Even as storms swirl, both meteorologically and personally, Father God covers us with His strong arms and holds His beloved close to His heart.

The eternal God is thy refuge, 
and underneath are the everlasting arms.
Deuteronomy 33:27a, KJV


I am thankful for the Almighty.

Does your life feel stormy?

Cyclones and crises come in all sorts of forms, from everyday hassles to health horrors and full-out hurricanes. But God is able to answer the call of any who desire to trust Him.

Maybe He stills the storm, or maybe He simply holds us dearly till the tumult has subsided.

Today, I thank God for who He is – the Almighty, the All-Wise, the Awesome One. He is Abba Father, the Amazing Ancient of Days.

To Him belong all Alleluias.

For what are you thankful?



Image/s:
God the Father
By Cima de Conegliano
Circa 1515
Thankful at Thanksgiving
Adapted from public domain artwork
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