Wednesday, November 2, 2011

30 Days of Thankful - Day 2

In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.
1 Thessalonians 5:18 (KJV)












I am thankful for  Robert, my wonderful, awesome, handsome husband.  He has loved me for better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and  in health.  He is kind and compassionate and has loved me unconditionally for the last 28 years.  


What are you thankful for today?



Cindy Sig 2

6 comments:

Leah @ Point Ministries said...

I, too, am thankful for my man and my salvation. I'm especially thankful for you, my friend.

Joanna said...

I have to LOL (very L).....before I even got up this morning, I was thinking about what I was most thankful for this second day of thanksgiving, and Teddy was my first thought. To say we have had a marriage made in heaven would seem a joke, and to hint at a life without strife, turmoil, disaster, and testing would be. We have been together 39 years, and some would say they were as close to hell on earth as you can come. Today, I am thankful for a marriage that has been, indeed one made in heaven, for it is only by the grace of God that it has lasted. A testament for what God can do when unequally yoked is surrendered to the Master and lets Him guide the team. The road may still be rocky, but the reigns are ever secure.

Alene said...

I'll join you and be thankful for my hubby. He's definitely the best. Yeah for awesome hubby's.

Cindy said...

Leah, I am so glad we can do this thing called life together. We love you and Greg so much and are so thankful for your friendship.

Cindy said...

Joanna, I truly understand your thoughts on marriage. it has been a long 28 years, some days longer than others, lol! And we would not have survived on our own, but with the Lord's leading we have made it. God knows that it hasn't always been easy. Marriage is just hard and when you have someone who is as stubborn with me it can be doubly so. But He orchestrated it, and He has been faithful. Love you and Ted.

Cindy said...

Alene, we are all truly blessed to have godly husbands. Marriages are under attack today like never before. I'm praying that God will raise up "men of courage" (and women) who are committed to their covenant marriage.