This Day’s Thought from The Ranch- Thursday

This Day's Thought from The Ranch

There is an imaginative story told of a day when the sun did not rise.  Six o’clock came and there was no sign of dawn.  At seven o’clock, there was still no ray of light.  At noon it was as black as midnight.  No birds sang and only the hoot of an owl broke the silence.  Then came the long black hours of the afternoon.  Finally evening arrived but no one slept at night,  Some wept, some wrung their hands in anguish.  Every church was thronged with people on their knees.  Thus they remained the whole night through.  After that long night of terror and agony, millions of eager, tear-streaked faces were turned toward the east.  When the sky began to grow red and the sun rose, there was a loud shout of joy.  Millions of lips said, “Bless the Lord O my soul!” because the sun had risen after one day of darkness.

The very consistency of God’s blessings sometimes seems to dull our  gratitude.  The wonderful thing about the mercies of God is that they are fresh every morning and new every evening.  Let us remember to be consistently thankful to our gracious God.


This Day's Verse

Being enriched in every thing to all bountifulness, which causeth through us thanksgiving to God.

2 Corinthians 9:11
The King James Version

This particular week, we are so very thankful for you, our ministry members. We thank you for your prayers and support for so many years. Presently, during these months of November and December, we share once again our year-end fundraising efforts, where we invite our readers to participate in supporting these ministries financially. In preparation of our next year, we would so value and appreciate your prayers and your donations, as we seek to strengthen and expand our ministries as we go forward together. Thank you!

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