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The Ingratitude of Depression

During the period in my life when I was diagnosed as being clinically depressed, the thoughts that pervaded my consciousness were always focused on what went wrong, what didn’t work out, why it would be futile to try again, and so on. 741 more words


Unbelievable Expectation-A Story You Will Find Hard To Believe

I was writing in my journal tonight: just jotting down some notes about the last couple of days. I have had back to back C… 1,232 more words


I Think I'll Miss This One This Year

Last week, I was asked to explain why I don’t celebrate Christmas, and why I actively dislike the whole thing. There was a kind of disbelieving horror among the people I was talking to about the fact that I don’t own any Christmas decorations, specifically my deliberate lack of a tree. 1,332 more words

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Psalm 50:23 “He who offers a sacrifice of thanksgiving honors Me…

This weekend officially begins one of the most universal holiday seasons on the planet in human history. 466 more words



Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. This national holiday is typically a day of feasting with family and friends and more football games than you can shake a turkey leg at. 583 more words

It's All Good

Today and tomorrow will be busy days in kitchens across America, as we prepare for the national feast of Thanksgiving. I will be making my Grandma McD’s “Spicery Rolls” recipe. 663 more words


Instigators of Ingratitude

As Christians, ingratitude is one of our Enemy’s most lethal weapons. It seems as though an attitude of ingratitude is on the rise in our homes, in our churches, in our country, and in our world. 1,040 more words