This prayer of thanksgiving inspired by Psalm 23 never fails to inspire me. It's written by Randy Vader and Rose Aspinall, who work at PraiseGathering Music Group. May it inspire you also as you pause to reflect on God's blessings today.
Dear Father in heaven . . .
Thank You for the promise that in You I shall not want.
When I am overwhelmed, You calm my restless heart.
In trials that overpower me as mighty torrents in a raging river,
You call me to rest beside still waters.
In a world that only knows what it means to take,
You bring the peace that restores to me even those things I did not know I had lost.
So many voices call to me, beckoning me to walk another road,
But You—You invite me to walk in paths of Your righteousness in the name of Your Son.
In the inevitability of the shadow of death, I thank you Father that I need not fear the Unknown.
I need only look to You for comfort and protection.
Even in the midst of those things that bring fear— that make me feel alone, You prepare a banquet and Your sure love overwhelms my enemies.
The things that burden me are washed away in Your presence and I am overcome with Your grace.
Abba, I could never ask for that which You offer to me as gift. My heart overflows.
Your goodness and mercy are always with me and I rejoice in the invitation to dwell in Your house forever.
Praise You Loving Father.
Praise You Son of God.
Praise You Holy Spirit.
May my life be a never ending psalm of Thanksgiving.
". . . give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus" (1 Thessalonians 5:18).
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