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  • Question of the Week – #3 – 11/19/05

    Posted on November 19th, 2005 Sallie 11 comments

    What are you thankful for?

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    11 responses to “Question of the Week – #3 – 11/19/05”

    1. Salvation – Heaven is my home! Hebrews 11:1

      My family – It is a joy and priviledge to have them to love on, laugh with, care for, read to, and share life with!

      My job – Work for me is a privelege as I get to support the work of our church body, the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.

      My computer – What fun I have trying new things and staying in touch with all of you!

      The Sun Prairie Library – The highlight of my week is library time.

    2. I am thankful for many things.

      I am thankful for salvation.
      I am thankful for Casey.
      And I am thankful for my favorite book author, J. R. R. Tolkien.

    3. I am thankful for everything. The end.

    4. I am thankful for Mrs. Dorn, my teacher, and all the many blessings I receive.

    5. I am thankful for a wonderful family and for eternal life with my spiritual family. I am thankful for the opportunity to serve God’s people with God’s Word. I am thankful for my computer.

    6. First and foremost I am thankful for my family that God loan to me, Kevin whom I am so proud of, his wife Sallie, who is working very hard to make Kevin’s dream come true. David, whom I am also very proud of along with his wife Michelle. Thank you Lord for Stanley, Luke, Ben, Jordan, Jackie and Allison for I love them all. They are a joy to watch them grow up to serve the Lord.
      I also thank the Lord for all the talents he has given me, so I can help all those who need help.

    7. I am thankful for my family, friends, and a great church. God has certainly blessed us.

      I am also thankful for very funny videos from Ben, Luke, Stanley, and Luther’s dog.

    8. I’m very thankful that my parents brought me up to know my Savior. I also thank God for placing us in a congregation that gives us many opportunities to serve Him & grow in my faith. I am thankful for my DEAR & wonderful husband,Ron, our 5 children and their loved ones,our little grandchild, Norah, and all our Christian friends(like Sally and Kevin!!)who keep in touch w/ us & encourage me. I am also thankful I live in a country that is still blessed w/ so many freedoms.

    9. i am so thankful for so many things. my family first. D and the kids, Tman, Angel and melissa. and all my extended family. i love you all so much. Im thankful that i have so many wonderful friends, and im also thankfull for my job. its hard sometimes, but the rewards are many.

    10. I am thankful to God for getting me through this last year after my husband left me. God has provided me with a full time job, an apartment, a church home/family, a place to take my young son to daycare and so much more. Although I am sad over my divorce, God has brought me closer to Him than I was before. I am also thankful for my 5-year old son’s salvation and subsequent baptism last August when he was still only 4. My children are a blessing to me. Today, I am thankful to have 4 whole days off in a row! 🙂 Maybe I can do a little bit of crocheting. I am thankful for my 16-year old daughter who is my crochet buddy and a wonderful daughter who loves the Lord.

    11. We actually go around the table every night and ask this question, “What are you grateful for today?” It’s great to hear the kid’s responses!

      I am thankful for everything in my life. My children, our relatives…both near and far, our home, having enough food to feed us, and transportation to take us where we need to be, great schools to educate my children, my own opportunity to return to college and complete my degrees online, a husband who loves his family and works hard to provide for us, email, cards in the mail, LOVE, honesty, faith, trust, compassion, hope, everything that the eyes can see….the ears can hear…the nose can smell…my mouth can taste…and my fingers can feel…and then everything that exists beyond those physical boundaries.

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