Let us count the ways. I’ll start:
I'm thankful that YHWH opened my spiritual eyes and allowed me to see after stumbling around in the darkness for so long! Thankful for each storm that served as a learning experience on life’s long and winding, pot-hole-filled road. Thankful that He considered me worthy of being His humble servant; someone who once was lost, but finally found, and who knows - beyond that proverbial “shadow of a doubt”- where she is going. (Psalm 82:5, Philippians 2:5-11; Matthew 3:17; John 10:30, 11:10, 12:35; 1 John 1:6.)
Originally from Germany, I'm thankful that YHWH caused me to be brought to America, the land of the free and the home of the brave, where I was given the opportunity to serve my adopted country via 22 years in the US Army where I was educated and groomed to “be all I could be ”… an organization that actually helped to prepare me to become a soldier in HIS Army!
I'm thankful for the sweet husband YHWH gave to me, just when I had decided to give up on men, altogether. Thankful for all His provisions, and for allowing Bill and me to be used as His willing vessels to help others find their way to YHWH/Yeshua/Torah in this lost and fallen world.
Most of all, I'm thankful that He sent to earth His Son, His “arm” - His Messiah with a divine nature who willingly martyred himself on our behalf; shedding his holy blood that took away our sins: Isaiah 53; John 1:1, 14 and 19:7; Luke 1:35 and 3:22; Mark 9:7; Hebrews 1:3, etc.
I’m thankful to recognize the fact that I once was blind, but now I see! Halleluyah!
Okay, YOUR turn!