A Thanksgiving to Enjoy (Invitation)

This week, some of us are taking a trip! We will be making our way through Psalm 139. The extra days are especially for those of us who. perhaps, cannot be with family. Chronic illness, as we all know, makes it difficult to go to family functions or events we used to be able to participate in.

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Our Itinerary –

Monday ~ Verses 1-6

Tuesday ~ Verses 7-12

Wednesday ~ Verses 13-16

Thursday ~ Verses 17-22

Friday ~ Verses 23-24

I may post in the morning.

I may post at night.

I may post late.

I may post early.

… But most of you, probably don’t care what time the devotions go through.

So if you can join me, GREAT! But if you can’t, don’t worry about it. The posts are not going to fly away by the following week.

Thanksgiving –

I have thanksgiving plans, but I am hoping to spend my day half with family and then enjoy my solitude kind of Thanksgiving when I get back home. How about you? Do you have Thanksgiving plans? Which do you prefer – family-filled or solitude kind of Thanksgiving? I love to go to my Uncle’s for Thanksgiving, but this year… I am hesitant but will be going – so my mama doesn’t have to go alone. Haha.

Psalm 20 – My Ever Present Help

If you want something extra to study, a particular Psalm (it is one of my favorites also) is really on my heart tonight. You can find the Scripture below!

In times of trouble, may the Lord answer your cry.
    May the name of the God of Jacob keep you safe from all harm.
May he send you help from his sanctuary
    and strengthen you from Jerusalem.
May he remember all your gifts
    and look favorably on your burnt offerings. Interlude

May he grant your heart’s desires
    and make all your plans succeed.
May we shout for joy when we hear of your victory
    and raise a victory banner in the name of our God.
May the Lord answer all your prayers.

Now I know that the Lord rescues his anointed king.
    He will answer him from his holy heaven
    and rescue him by his great power.
Some nations boast of their chariots and horses,
    but we boast in the name of the Lord our God.
Those nations will fall down and collapse,
    but we will rise up and stand firm.

Give victory to our king, O Lord!
    Answer our cry for help.

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By Gracefully Overcoming

Gracefully Overcoming is my corner of the web to share my journey with chronic and mental illness, , and how Jesus keeps reminding me who I am in Him. I can always be found at: www.gracefullyovercoming.blog/

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