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I am thankful for everything I have experienced
In this life of mine
For in all I have found
That in His Word-the answers I find
I am thankful for all the tears I have cried
For they have taught me to appreciate laughter
They have given me the ability to see the
The joy that comes after
Through my tears I have come to know
His Holy Spirit in my life
How He is always there
And comforts through the strife
I am thankful for the storms I have encountered
Knowing that the rainbow is at the end
Realization that they are only temporal
That with time all will mend
I have learned that I don’t need to be strong
For Yahshua supplies the strength for me
He shoulders my burdens
Regardless of what the circumstance may be
I am thankful for all the relationships
For the good and yes, for the bad
For they have given life to my emotions
An appreciation of what I have had
My most valuable relationship
Is that with Yahweh, my Father
I know that I can trust Him
As I can trust no other
I am thankful for the pain I have known
It has given a compassion for the suffering
An ability to reach out to others
An appreciation of little things
I understand the greatness of Yahshuas love
And the pain He has suffered for me
How He endured all things
So that I could be set free
I am thankful for the hunger and thirst
That I have had to go through
I appreciate having food before me
And sharing it with others too
He has given himself as my food and drink
To make sure that I was fed
His Blood shed for my drink
And His Body broken for my bread
Most of all, I am thankful for His Grace
For the provisions that it brings
How it has provided for
Me in all things
Kathleen Shelton Poulson
Sunday, August 22, 2010
& fabby to be in the army.
All the obstacle courses,
funny encounters in the nurse's office,
and many others.
I just hope you guy would
just shaddup about it.
Talking about it once in a while is
talking about it constantly,
repeating it over and over again
every time you meet your other friends
is just simply annoying.
Even though no one says anything,
deep down inside,
we just wanna give you a huge-ass punch,
and tell you to change the topic.
It was funny to hear all the stories
you guys had to share.
But I just hope
you would think of the people around you.
and maybe parents
who have been tolerating you all these while.
There are so many other topics to talk about
that everyone can participate in.
Think about the people around you.
Army stories are great,
but not too much.
It just makes us feel
and sometimes plain lousy.
So do us that favor ya?