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My prayer on Thanksgiving 2004

Thursday, November 25, 2004
Most Holy Lord God, I give You thanks and praise on this day for all the gifts that You have lovingly bestowed upon myself and my family throughout this past year. I thank You for my family, whom I love so much, especially for my daughter. I thank You for my health, for giving me food to eat, for a warm home and for all the gifts which I don't deserve. I thank You for the doctors and nurses who have cared for me. I thank You for allowing me to live in a country that is free. I thank You for the people who you have put into my life through the past year and before. I thank You for friends and neighbors who have been by my side. I thank You for my parents who gave me so much all their lives. I thank You for my brothers and sisters in law and my nieces and nephews who fill my heart with love. I thank You for the souls whom have touched me and who are now living with You. I thank You for the priests and deacons who have meant so much to me and others. I thank You for the veterans of the military who have protected my freedom and for those who serve today. I thank You for The Vicar of Christ on earth the Holy Father who leads Your Church and gives such a beutiful witness of hope to the world. I thank You for Your Friends the Holy Saints who guide me along my path to You. There are so many things that I should be thanking you for but most of all I thank you for Your Divine Son, my master, Jesus and for the gift of His Mother Mary who owns my heart. I love You Dearest Lord God with all my being and I thank You for just being You whom I serve and love forever.
May the Holy Name of Jesus Christ be praised!!

Please read my previous posting titled "Feeling a bit sorry for myself this Thanksgiving"...
Thanksgiving prayer of St. Isidore

O God, of Whose mercies there is no number, and of Whose goodness the treasure is infinite; we render thanks to Your most gracious majesty for the gifts You have bestowed upon us, evermore beseeching Your clemency, that as You grant the petitions of them that ask You, You will never forsake them, but will prepare for the reward to come. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
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