Well, as so many of you are cutting up vegetables and tearing up bread in preparation for tomorrow’s big feast, (I’m not -- I’m on clean-up duty!), I wanted to share a bit from a blog I follow. It’s called bramblyhomeandgarden.blogspot.com.
“This year, Thanksgiving has special meaning for me. During Thanksgiving last year, my mother was in a coma after a horrific accident left her with a broken neck. Her doctors fully believed she wouldn't survive the first 24 hours -- they were wrong. My mom has incredible strength and has survived cancer, a broken neck and a month-long coma. Thankfully, she is spending this Thanksgiving with her family and taking on her traditional role of chief pie baker and mashed potato maker.”
This made me shake my head and say, “Amazing.” We think we know how everything will turn out. And often, we’re wrong.
God knows how everything will turn out.
Here’s to being thankful for a God who has amazing surprises up His robe’s sleeves.
And bountiful blessings for us all.