Monday, July 27, 2015

One Thousand Gifts (continued)

"The eyes of the LORD are on those who fear Him, on those whose hope is in His unfailing love" (Psalm 33:18) 

When you don't know what to pray for anymore, or how to pray, the Spirit intercedes on our behalf.

When you feel disconnected, the LORD brings us back to Him and reminds us that He never left us nor will He ever leave us.

When you feel empty, He fills us up again.

When you lose hope, He reminds us of His promises and His unfailing love.

 Continuing to give thanks...
-His unfailing love
-His ever presence
-God sightings

-a Sunday service different than what we are accustomed to, but powerful

-sunflowers, the sign of the end of another month, and the beginning of another month

-a fun outing with my dear friend

-enjoying the warm weather in the pool

-colour and how amazingly they grow

-a fun week with my whole family and lots of cousins second cousins

-enjoying a new, fun activity

-my chef for the week

-game time outside

-playing in the sand with cousins

-enjoying lots of time with various sport activities

-a budding photographer and how she loved taking pictures all week

-how his silliness never fails

-how he loves getting home runs

-enjoying a new activity this year (4vs4 soccer tournament)
-feeling like a youth as he joined the youth soccer tournament (and didn't even get injured nor did he injure anyone!)

-fireworks tradition
-staying safe (before the bucket almost exploded!)

-classic game of spoons

-how all the cousins get along (all ages)

-brotherly love

-how he spent so much time with the children!

-a bit of cooler weather for the week, making his time more relaxing and the cottage more tolerable!

-uncles who take their boats on the water and allow the children to enjoy various water activities

-how she loves to spend her time with all of her grandchildren

-celebrating national ice cream day (almost every day)

-finding time to relax

-how she makes the most of every opportunity

-how she loved biking around like the older children

-sitting around the campfire
-the patience of older cousins and their willingness to play games
-a busy, but very fun week of vacation

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