Treasure Island

Rita Hawkins

(11/19/93 / Louisville, kentucky)

Give Thanks Year Round


We say thankyou to so many people,
We often wait until the holiday to say thanks to God,
That is not what he wanted when he sent Jesus to be our mod.

Give thanks to the lord for everything,
There are many ways you can, including sing,
If you do not feel comfortable with praying,
then find another thing.

Write to God and put it in a bible,
Tell him thank you for letting u see his rod,
Say thanks to him for healing your bod.
tell him thank you for helping the innocent through D.O.D

If you do not like to write then sing your praises,
Tell him thank you for everything he raises.
Thank him for bringing you out of those awfull phases.
Thank him for his amazes.

If nothing else everyone can do this,
Think about everything you are thankfull for, make a list,
Then out of bliss,
Thank him in your mind,

After you have thanked him, come here and share a line,
Tell us how God has helped you out of a bind.
Also, tell us what you find cool,
It can be anything, even if it is a pet bull.

Submitted: Friday, December 26, 2008

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