Thanksgiving keeps us in line with God. When we give God thanks and remember that he is the source of everything and not we ourselves, we take our rightful place in the world. We are ready to do the work God gives us. When we give thanks, we get into God’s will, which is good for us. Remember how much God loves you and then thank him. His will is for your ultimate good.

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