Sunday, October 11, 2009


“Then he took the seven loaves and the fish, thanked God for them, and broke them into pieces.” Matthew 15:36

This weekend we are celebrating Thanksgiving. Today I have reflected on not only the gifts, but the Giver.

If I was computer savvy, I would set the following pictures to Andrae Crouch's masterpiece, "My Tribute". How can I say thanks for the things He has done for me.

Trust you'll share in my thankfulness this day. To God be the glory!

Can you believe it? Dad was able to come up North and visit us for a couple of hours. Doesn't he look great!!! Happy to be with his three daughters.

A precious pause. Mom and Dad with my sister and her husband.

Mom and Dad with two of their grandchildren.

My honey and I.

Number one son!

Just one of many pictures of the fabulous view this weekend...before the snow!

Ready to enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving Day dinner.

My heart is overflowing with thankfulness for all the prayers the Lord has answered on behalf of my dad.

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Sharon@JoyInTheTruth said...

Rejoicing with you, Joy!
How deligthful to see all of these pictures, especially dad! Wow!
And autumn looks just beautiful there!
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!

ps -- I'll walk you through "Play List" so you can play "Masterpiece"! :)

Joan said...

What a delight to be able to spend time with your family. I know you are rejoicing in the fact your Dad was able to come.

Looks like you are having a beautiful autumn. Happy Thanksgiving.

~Grace and Peace said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Joy!

Thank you for sharing the pictures with us. Praise God that your parents were able to join you. He does look great!

Unreasonable Grace said...

Thank You, Jesus, for Joy's joy!

How wonderful to see your parents and the rest of your family. Your dad looks great - and HAPPY!

Hope your Thanksgiving is full!


p.s. It's well over 80 degrees outside here. Seeing you pictured in sweaters with fall foilage is very surreal. I'm in Florida. We don't have fall here. Just sweat. All the time.