The Lord Is My Chef Breakfast Recipe for the Soul
Thursday, Week 3, Year 2, 30 January 2020
2 Samuel 11:1-4, 5-10, 13-17 ><)))*> ><)))*> ><)))*> Mark 4:21-25
Every day, every night, we thank you Lord for so many blessings you have showered upon us. But, every time we thank you Lord, I wonder if we have rightly thanked you?
Saying thank you is not only being grateful for anything given or shared with us; saying thank you is more than recognizing the goodness of the giver, especially you, O Lord our God.
Saying thank you, Lord, is being like David giving his very self wholly to you, for your praise and glory, in the service of your people.
Thanking you, O Lord, is most of all bringing out to share whatever gift you have given us.
The best expression of gratitude especially to you, O Lord, is to be a lamp giving light to others, leading others to you, reminding others of your light and guidance.
Help us, O Lord, to come closer to you to become like you so that it is our life becomes a thanksgiving and praise to you always. Amen.