by Tim O’Hare
If you follow me on Twitter (@TimothyOHare), you may have seen my daily tweets of gratitude. In cased you missed it here are a few snapshots of my own thanksgiving tweets.
Thankful for our two children and the two children we have this weekend so their parents can enjoy their anniversary. Fun to watch them play.
Thankful for @MyHope and the efforts being made to reach the lost all over the world. Visit First Baptist Carrollton @fbccarrollton Sunday!
Thankful that mine and Christen’s families live close by so we can see them during the holidays.
Thankful for air travel. Allows us to see cool places we would never see otherwise.
Thank you to all veterans and military personnel for your service and sacrifice. And a very special thank you to their families.
Thankful to have a good job.
Thankful to have a man like @RagsdaleDavid working at my law firm.
Thankful for all of the clients we have and the ability to serve them.
So thankful to have a loving, happy home with my family. And thankful I got to read to my kids this morning while they sat on my lap.
Thankful for Christmas music and the peace the Christmas season brings.
It’s important that gratitude remains a consistent attitude, all year long, not just during November. Living a life of thanksgivings shifts your perspective from the things that may be going wrong in your life to the many blessings you do have. As Americans we are among the most blessed in the world. More important than that, however, I believe we should consistently remember the blessings bestowed on us by our Father in Heaven, the blessings of family, friends, faith and ultimately, the hope of salvation through Jesus Christ.
What are you thankful for?