On my commute to work this morning, $1.88 per gallon caught my eye.
Rarely pumping my own gas, I don’t take too much notice of gas prices.
I do recall, however, complaining about the nearing $4.00 per gallon.
So, I am thankful for lower gas prices
and a thoughtful husband who fills up my gas tank.
I’d like to propose a “No Complaining” challenge this Thanksgiving.
I’ll be the first to admit, it’s more common to complain about something/anything, than it is to be grateful.
If you’re up for it, “like” on Facebook for “No Complaining” Thanksgiving challenge.
Facebook friends: May the Psalms draw you near to God.
1 Come, let us sing to the Lord! Let us shout joyfully to the Rock of our salvation. 2 Let us come to him with thanksgiving. Let us sing psalms of praise to him. 3 For the Lord is a great God, a great King above all gods. 4 He holds in his hands the depths of the earth and the mightiest mountains. 5 The sea belongs to him, for he made it. His hands formed the dry land, too.
6 Come, let us worship and bow down. Let us kneel before the Lord our maker, 7 or he is our God. We are the people he watches over, the flock under his care.
If only you would listen to his voice today! 8 The Lord says, “Don’t harden your hearts as Israel did at Meribah, as they did at Massah in the wilderness. 9 For there your ancestors tested and tried my patience, even though they saw everything I did. 10 For forty years I was angry with them, and I said, ‘They are a people whose hearts turn away from me. They refuse to do what I tell them.’ 11 So in my anger I took an oath: ‘They will never enter my place of rest’” (Psalm 95 NLT).