What are you grateful to God for? Does He make a difference to your life?
I'm grateful to God that you have friends that deserve such poems.
Loving me no matter what. Even when someone says He doesn't. Grateful for a life, to experience it I suppose it is better than nothing at all.
Grateful that I can get up everyday and have hopes for better days. Grateful that being a "f" up isn't the end of the world for me because I know He understands me.
Grateful that there is someone out there that I can speak without feeling like I have to hide something because well... He already knows so I can just cut the crap and tell Him.
I am grateful to God for a lot of things especially my kid but mostly I am just happy and grateful that God loves me and no one can change it.
I don't have to feel abandoned, forgotten, rejected or like a waste of skin. I aint any better than anyone else but it does make me happy to know that someone did and does love me before the foundations of the world were even created.
It means something to me, it means I was meant to be, I was not a mistake. I make mistakes but I was not a mistake. My mom had me by mistake but I was not a mistake. LOL.
Jesus doesn't love me by mistake.
I am grateful because I am still alive ,keep this vulnerable life
alive is a miracle,such a complicated biological system.Moreover,
I am grateful because I have many friends who really love me and
definitely for having hub page community right here.
For giving a loving family and for giving me life up till now, despite my illness that is dragging me down. Thanks for starting this topic. God thank you for giving me life again today.
I am thankful for each and every day as tomorrow is not promised. I am thankful to love and be loved along with all the pleasures of life. And even in the moments of despair I am always thankful for the strength he gives me to move forward.
For having me be with him, giving me a glimpse of his unlimited bliss ,his omnipresence, his omnipotence and his omniscience
i am gratefull to god that ,
god gaves me such a mind , nature , my life & other living beings
to whome i can love
to whom i can hatred & feel jealous ,
to whom i can do a competition with ,
to whome i can fight & enjoy with ,
to whome i can discuss my thoughts & share my things ,
for the humans that also thinks like me.
to give me a chance to live my life on my own basis.
I'm grateful to God for family and friends, decent housing, enough to eat, the church I attend, new online acquaintances in these forums, the great outdoors and that the fishing season is finally here.
Each day could be a blessing. I know it sounds corny,but its true. Anyone of us could be dead any second, life is such a frail thing. Success will come later. Life comes first. You can get it done...if you live long enough. I'm grateful to God for life.
Everything, especially my wife, our new baby son, my job and ability to provide for my family, my home, the fact that I live in the greatest country on earth, and the men and women who have served (and those who are serving) in the military to help make sure we are free.
Well here Iam sitting in a cozy air conditioned room and typing out in a HubPages forum on my laptop. What more can I ask for. I am grateful for everything I have today. For the great country we live in.
All of us here in the HP are grateful to God for providing a forum to express our thoughts through HubPages.
In addition, personally, I am grateful (to my parents, whom I think are gods for me) for making me intelligent enough to analyse various things.
Please don't speak for everyone. I'm not grateful to any deity for anything.
You may give thanks to anyone or anything you wish, but don't put your beliefs into other people's mouths.
Sorry... I thought gratefulness is a common thing for everyone. Now, I correct myself. It is not common... common only to those who believe in god.
I rarely go to temples for worship as I am not so mad in religious beliefs. As a routine, I will go to my ancestral temple here in south India and pray for all... pray for family, relatives, friends, neighbours and all our people. Worship is a common practice which no one will deny... whether he is atheist or religious. It is no sin praying for others and say to god "we all are praying you". We get nothing by praying in a temple. Only satisfaction for our conscience. If any one differs and ask "who are you to pray for me?" I cannot do anything except tendering excuse.
"Sorry... I thought gratefulness is a common thing for everyone. Now, I correct myself. It is not common... common only to those who believe in god".
No it is not common only to those who believe in any god/gods. Your answer is narrow-minded and insulting.
I thank God for a wonderful family, enough to eat and a place to stay. I thank him for making me free of disease and healthy. I thank him for not giving me any major grief in life.
I am grateful to God for the gifts that he has given me and the people that I love.
I can say thank you for my talent, my family and my whole life! Thanks god!
grateful for life and freedom to express opinions......
children friends and living in a nice part of the world,though the recession is hitting hard everyone has enough to eat and cooping to the best of their ability....
and everything else!!!!!
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