I have a very long list of things that I am thankful for...
for starters, I am thankful to G-d for sending this son here to die for our sins.
Most recently, I am thankful that our lives and home was spared the devastation of the recent storm that hit the Northeast, far to many people in my community, lost their homes and everything they have in the world. I pray that that those that were hurt by the storm, will not be forgotten just because the physical storm is over now.
I am thankful for Right Scoop for it's fine patriotic work it gives to help restore our precious, America.
And I am thankful to the fine patriots that post on this site. You are my hero's.
I know I sure didn't want to work overnight last night on a belly full of turkey but the gal who normally works that shift has a family to cook for and feed and my wife and I ate at my daughter's house, so it was just the right thing to do to swap nights with her. Now, she can work the 'combat' (overnight) shift this weekend and deal with all the drunken idiots I usually deal with. ;-) ;-)
Happy Thanksgiving to you too NYGino! I'm finally starting to come back to the land of the living after a very busy Thanksgiving with all the kids and grand kids here. I'm recuperating after doing all the cooking. I have absolutely no complaints though. Life is good! I'm so thankful for my toongoon and our children and grandchildren. God has blessed us. Even though I always seem to come on after everyone's gone home, I do wish all you fellow scoopers a very Happy Thanksgiving! Safe travels NYGino! :)
I'm traveling this week without a laptop and right now I'm thankful to have access to one and am able to say to my fellow scoopers how grateful I am to have found TRS and enjoy the love, friendship and intelligence of all the wonderful people I've met here.
I can't begin to tell you how much you've become part of my happiness, enriched my worldview and allowed me to express myself in so many ways.
I can only hope that I've given a small measure back to all of you.
I hope you (Scoop) and everyone else here had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
I am thankful that God placed me in the greatest country in the world. I am thankful for my family and friends and for each day I keep living.
I made it to the greatest country and people on earth,because of GOD.And I can worship freely,and openly.
America is still the great melting pot.
I am grateful that I can do what I want,and SAY what I feel without fear of retribution,although the new healthcare law may change that.
I am grateful that in America even if people don't agree on all political points,AMERICANS,will help you, and the only question,both Democrats and Republicans,will ask...Do you have enough?
How do you not see that America and Americans are the living embodiment of the word of GOD?
I only wish more Native born Americans didn't take where they live and where they were born for granted....but I am extremely grateful and very happy that you let me move here.
Thank you very much.
I'm thankful for more things, material and immaterial, than can be reasonably articulated into a comment on a blog. I'd just like to say that I hope everyone had a terrific and fulfilling day.
Remember to celebrate Native American Heritage day tomorrow, too, as long as Elizabeth Warren isn't invited.
I am grateful for every single day, for every opportunity to know God and to listen to His guidance. I am grateful that I live in a country where I may freely worship God as I do. I am grateful for the ways we all communicate with each other here at TRS (Thanks Scoop) so that we don't feel quite so alone. Working in a school district it can feel quite isolated-- a) believing in God; and b) believing our Nation is the last great hope of the world.
I am thankful for life, liberty and to pursue my happiness in this wonderful country! I am thankful for "The Right Scoop", I am thankful for family and friends who bring true happiness into my life. I am thankful to a loving God who has given us this wonderful world to live in, I am thankful to be alive. God bless us, everyone!
Happy Thanksgiving, Scoop and friends! I'm happy that we have this site to share our concerns and express our joys. Today we had our 26 annual Thanksgiving Dinner at a Southern California beach, BBQ turkeys and all the fixins'. It was the most gorgeous day of all!
Read Psalm 100
You must read The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn. It's story form of the Bible prophecy America is playing out since 9/11 and a warning to turn back to God as a nation.
There's also a documentary if you'd prefer that. Go to WND.com for the link.
Happy Thanksgiving America! :D I'm thankful I can watch Agatha Christie's Poirot on Youtube (hehehe), and books, and my backyard (it's going into summer where I live so I can relax and lie out in the shade - woohoo!), my good health, for sweets and candy (lol), my drivers license,
my freedom to live and love, and Truth who is Christ, and the saints who call on His name.
Let peace reign in your house if you have liberal family and friends (just for this holiday at least).
And for the hope we can have in God through Christ who died for our sins and rose from the dead the third day, was seen of men, and went back up to heaven. And for the blessed hope that one day he will come for me again either at the catching up of the believers into heaven without dying or at death taking me to his heaven. And his atoning blood was shed for all my sins that I might be forgiven when I came to him as a sinner and prayed and asked him to forgive my sins and save my soul from eternal hell and take me to heaven when I died. Praise the Lord ! Sincerely ;
This is the Fed pushing for tax hikes, and spending cuts. Austerity is here.
I am especially thankful this year because this time last year I was recovering from brain surgery and had just gotten out of the hospital. Of all the body parts to cause me problems I never figured it would be my brain....my wife claims its in mint condition since I rarely use it. LOL. I'm grateful to the surgeon and staff for a successful operation; I'm grateful to the hospital staff and the physical therapists that helped me have a successful recovery. I'm so thankful to be an American living in this wonderful country of ours.
Whatever you went through Army_Pilot, I thank God it was successful- and it seems to me that it works great now :-)
Hello, How are you ? I am thankful for my salvation through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ in him dying for my sins. As well as family, friends, food, clothing, and shelter as well as a job and our freedoms left us in our nation. And for his word, the Holy Bible and his grace and mercies in our lives. Sincerely ;
Good health, good friends, good family, and a free nation to enjoy them in.
Let us try to keep all of them, and cherish them for what they truly mean, to all of us.
I am thankful that the God our fore-fathers believed in (and most of us believe in) is still in control....and that He is a God of wrath that will be dispensed to those deserving of it!
I am thankful I live in the country with the most freedom although that bar is being lowered every day Democrats are in charge. I am thankful God has shown this country more patience than it really deserves. I am thankful for my immediate family and the rest well I will let God take care of them...
I'm thankful I can "see" the screen in front of me, the ability type the words I'm typing and the friends made here.
But most of all, thankful that I have my faith, my wife & children.
I am thankfull for the vision of our Founders and what they stood for and fought for. I am grateful for those who are still fighting today even though it seems often times that we do not deserve it. I am thankfull for those who this week have helped me immensely in getting our Constitutional Freedom Party off the ground. Some folks have seen my comments this week, and Scoop, I've tried not to spam them ;-) So I am posting all the links here and now so folks can see what this is all about.
Enough of us have been frustrated listening to the blame game coming from the GOP, and are sick of what the Republican party has become. We've been tired of fraud, bias and downright deceitful propaganda from the "press" and we are tired of our voices not being heard in an over grown government which is supposed to be representing us.
So, instead of complaining, it's time to get to work. Anyone who is interested in joining us, you can find out what we're about here:
If you are on facebook, here's our page: https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/246453535484363/
and here's our Youtube video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQWrMt3T6Ac
If you are interested but not on facebook, please feel free to comment on the Declaration blog...
and if you're on twitter- I just got on today :-) Let me know how to find you.
I am thankfull for our patriots.
We've connected now! PdxNancy helped me when I first started so paying it forward sis :) We all have to learn.
I am blessed to have a wife of 29 years that still tells me I am well worth the aggravation I cause.
I am blessed to have a daughter who does her best in school, and is a honest truthful person despite having a knucklehead for a dad, (that would be me).
I am blessed and honored to have had the privilege to serve this country in the U S Army for over 20 years.
I am blessed to have had a chance to not only complete high school, but obtain my bachelors degree in Business. (neither of my parents ever completed high school and all of this education was while I served in the Army, not an easy task, at least not for me)
With all of these blessings, I am thankful that even with times being as difficult as they are, I can, with a most sincere heart, wish all a Happy Thanksgiving.
To all who read this post, my wish for you are God's love and blessings, and a thankful heart.
God Bless you all and God Bless America.
I couldn't scroll down without saying something.
Thank you for your service and your blessings brother. Well said.
That was beautiful armyvet10. Thank you, I am grateful for your service. Happy Blessed Thanksgiving!
Thank you ABIC for the kind words. (I hope using an acronym is ok) At a time when there is so much angst in the world we often forget how fortunate we are. During my years in the Army I was fortunate enough to have a sansei that helped me see things a little differently when I need to understand being gracious and thankful. During his instruction he would ask why I would become frustrated when I didn't run as fast as I would have liked to, he would say "Why so frustrated, there are people in the world who can't walk." It forced me to look beyond my own struggles and see that these struggles we have can be used to strengthen us for the future. His teaching was to show his students that we should be empowered to overcome our limitations instead of empowering our limitations to overpower us. To re-tell this from a sermon I once heard, "Give no power to the dark one, he has more power than he needs."
I welcome you to call me ABiC! All my good friends here do, or Duckie. Your teacher sounds like my pastor. He often reminds us, and includes himself (he is 91) that we might have aches, but at least we're alive to feel them. That our feet might hurt, but at least we can walk... I like your quote there. It's a good one,and one I need to remember. Thank you Armyvetfriend. :-) God Bless.