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A week to be thankful for so much: family, friends and of course food. But also a week to be thankful for God, not just what he gives us, but the opportunities he gives us give. A time of sharing with those who need our hearts and our hands. A time to realize amongst the good things we are thankful for, and the worries and stresses of our lives, at the base of all of this is God’s love for us. Something we all can be thankful for.
And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds.
The writer of a recent Upper Room devotion related how a tour guide explained that when live oak trees are planted together in a row their roots not only intertwine but fuse together. This interdependent root system allows the live oaks to share water and nutrients and to form a stronger hold in the ground.
Just as these live oak trees can withstand strong storms, so might Christians who hold tightly together, survive the hurricanes that life brings their way. By sharing the strength, wisdom and love that God has poured into our lives we might together survive what we could not alone.
The writer concludes by saying, “God did not design us to live unto ourselves but created us to be a family, firmly bound by our roots in our Creator.