During World War II, the president of the United States decided we should have two Thanksgiving Days, so those troops that were available could possibly spend a Thanksgiving with their families. Certainly during those times of war, it was good to come together as a family and a nation and pause and thank God for our blessings. As we come to our Thanksgiving celebration this year, we do well to stop and praise God for all the true blessings we have. We have the promise that He who has brought us this far will carry us the rest of the way. Our cups overflow and Grace, Peace, and Love are the greatest gifts the Lord has given us. Thanks be to God.


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