Col. 3:23 Work as though you are working for the Lord.
Write something about your job for which you’re thankful.
Since my other two posts were about my boys, I thought I would finish my catch up posts with a post about my oldest son. He lives far away on a temporary assignment. He has a job he loves, but it’s in a difficult phase right now and he’s working a lot of hours, so I pray for safety and efficiency and I pray for stamina and his health. I am thankful that this son found something he loves to do and he excels at it. I am also thankful that on his time off he often chooses to spend his down time with us. He flies home to rest and recuperate. I am thankful that he finds home a restful place. So thankful for my blessed life.
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