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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Tuesday Morning Thanksgiving and Praise Blog VI

I will sing of your steadfast love and justice; to you, O Lord, I will make music. Psalm 101:1

Welcome in! Our Tuesday Morning Thanksgiving & Praise Blog is dedicated to give thanks and praise to the Lord for all the mighty works he is doing for all of us who are praying for the “poor”, abandoned and crushed in our lives - including ourselves. Peruse yesterday's Monday Morning Prayer Request Blog and one can get a strong sense of the needs out there. No doubt, God is moving and hearing our prayers!

What has God been doing in your life this past week, month, day, year and in this past minute? What prayers has he answered? What is Jesus doing in your life? How can we ever say “thank you” enough? Post a “thank you” blog to the Lord that gets mailed direct to heaven’s door. Whatever you write will be printed and presented each day at one hour Adoration for the rest of the week!

Pass it on! Let others know that even though we are often too busy, we’re never to busy to say “thank you” for all he has done for us. Come back next Tuesday or any time in the week to post new prayers of thanksgiving and praise. Return Monday or any day and post your intentions at Monday Morning Prayer Request Blog.

Here is how to post thanksgiving and praise:
1. Click on COMMENT at the bottom of this post.
2. Click the circle Anonymous at the bottom of the page.
3. Type your thanksgiving and praise in the box at the top.
4. Use your first name or initials at the end of what you wrote.
5. Visually check your spelling (no spell check)
6. Fill in the wavy letters in the security box.
7. Click on publish and send it to heaven’s door.
8. Giving thanksgiving and praise is the sign of a humble heart!
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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's that in praying for others I have to see that God can heal and restore anything according to his will. Praying for people on line has made me dig deeper into my own life and hold it open to the Lord to change what he will to help me pray for people who have so much more difficult circumstances than I do. It's very humbling. Thanks for listening... God Bless, Zanna

Lizzy said...

My thanksgiving is very similiar to Zanna's. I am just so grateful that God has come into my life so fervently and strongly. I am so grateful for the Holy Spirit, whose presence I feel constantly. And I am grateful to Jesus whom I love so much that sometimes I feel he's pierced my heart. And Of COURSE I am grateful to Our Lady, who found that tiny iota of faith in me and took care of me, this pathetic person who had hit rock bottom. As my uncle says, "She takes you by the scruff of your neck and does not let go". She sure hasn't and through her my love for Jesus and the Trinity has grown infitely, rapidly and daily. I am eternally grateful for the many graces I've received.

Lizzy said...

Oh I forgot to mention that I am grateful for the swift resolution of my prayers for Art. THANK YOU!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you Lord for all of your many blessings from the healthy of my friends and family to this beautiful day! Thank you for the love that you have placed in my heart. Please Lord continue to open my heart, to guide me and bless me with your gifts. Help me to serve you.

Anonymous said...

Dear Lord, we thank you for hearing the prayers for our homeless family. Thank you for providing more food, clothing and water. Thank you for the shelter, peace and safety you give each one of us.