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Thanksgiving Letter to God

 Dear Sisters,

Meerrryyy Christmas! 😁

I couldn't hold myself back from writing to you this beautiful Christmas eve evening. It has been such an eventful year. In all, here am I writing to you, and there you are reading. What a joy!🙌 And Jesus alone be praised.

Sis, I want you to know that I am thankful for you. I am grateful for the Women of the God-Kind community; it has been such a blessing.

If everyone was asked to describe the year, I bet we all will have our diverse stories. However, I would like us to look beyond the "ought to-haves" "shouldn't haves" and "should haves". I want you and I to focus on the reason for the season -Jesus- and thank Him.

At the beginning of the month, I began to document my thanksgiving points and realised I had 40 of them today. My goal is to write at least 50 by the end of the year.

The songwriter that said count your blessing, name them one by one is so spot on. Many events here and there make us forget indeed how good God is, but when we document these things, we would be pleasantly surprised by His goodness.

So dear Sisters, as we celebrate the birth of Christ and count down to 2021, I encourage you to make a list of what you are grateful for in the year 2020. In fact, thanksgiving is a valid way to recalibrrate,  rejuvenate, and refresh.

Remember, when you are thank-full, your tank remains full. Enter with the password, "thank you!" - Psalm 100

Have a Merry Christmas and a glory and exploits filled 2021.

Loads of Love 💕 ,

Your Sis


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