Giving Thanks

BY: RuthW

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Every year at this time, the family comes together,
traveling from afar to the old homestead.
Help me plan and prepare the feast for my family.
Allow us to eat our fill of these homemade delicacies
and enjoy each other's company.
Even with all these perfect pieces,
the puzzle is incomplete without prayer.
Bless us with a spirit of gratitude
as we commemorate Your grace
and honor Your constant presence in our lives.

 

 

 

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