Thanksgiving Scripture: Week 3 

Today marks the end of Week 3 of the Open My Eyes Thankfulness and Gratefulness Scripture Challenge. It has allowed me to see how much faith impacts my life and to see how much I have to be grateful for. Like last week, I will provide the Scripture Book and Passage lines. I encourage you all to give this challenge a try and to incorporate prayer into your happy and healthy adventure. Enjoy! 😊❤️

Psalm 18:46-49

God does so much for us. He provides us strength so we can rise above our troubles, and will help us conquer these troubles. We should be thankful that He is always there during our times of need, even if we don’t know it.

Psalm 30:11-12

We all experience loss, whether it be of a loved one, friendship or relationship, or job. With loss, we experience sadness and grief. But once we overcome these emotions that God wants us to experience, He helps us to see the goodness in life and encourages us to see the positives of every sitution. For this we should be grateful.

Psalm 92:1-4

God shows us love, kindness, and faithfulness every day and night; we should do the same. The best way I believe to do this is through prayer before you get out of bed in the morning and before you fall asleep at night. Be thankful for the love, kindness, and faith He shares with us daily; and share these gifts you have with the world.

Luke 22:19-22

This passage is a sentiment of what the priest says before communion. When we eat the body and blood of Christ, He instills some of his glory within us and should share this with others. 

1 Corinthians 15:56-58

Everything that you do, especially the work that you do, whether it be employment, supporting your family, etc., should be done in God’s name. He is always watching, so know that all of your hard work does not go unnoticed.

Revelations 11:16-17

The Lord oversees all, including wise elders like in this passage. Because he holds great power and leads us on the right path, we should worship him and be thankful.

Daniel 2:20-23

God is wise and mighty; He imparts wisdom and might onto us to implement in the world. We should be thankful for this wisdom and might, and share these traits with others. 


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