What You Give Thanks For
For My 'Problems'
Right now, in this moment, I am thankful for my "problems." I struggle with my weight, so that means that I have more food than I need. I struggle with clutter in my home, so that mean that I have a home. I have little arguments with my family sometimes, so that means that I have a family. I could go on. These days, I've been trying to remember to give thanks to God for the things that aggravate me. I believe that God is working in me, maybe like a coal miner or Roto-Rooter, by way of those prayers.
From parents, daughters, members of the armed forces, and God, Beliefnet on the Street finds answers to the question, "Who do you most want to thank this year?"
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