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Counting My Blessings Day 1

Branch Of WisdomTamara, at Branch of Wisdom is having a giveaway. To participate every day from Sunday, October 24th through Wednesday, November 24th, simply write a post of Thanksgiving (share something you are thankful for). You can keep it simple with one line, or be creative with pictures, ideas, crafts, etc.

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My first "Counting my Blessings" Day 1.

This may sound silly but I'm counting my voice as a blessing. I can't sing, but I'm thankful that I can sing, if that makes sense. What I mean is, I have always wanted a beautiful 'singing' voice. You know, like Sandi Patty or Amy Grant.
I have a voice but it's a bit off tune, okay, way off tune, but I'm thankful that I can sing. My children love hearing me sing as I go about my chores. My Sweets, thinks I have a cute voice. By cute, he means he loves me and even my off tune singing.
Thank you Lord, for the voice you have given me. I'm thankful that I can sing praises to you, and sing them to my family as well.

7 comments

  1. This is so sweet! I'm a bit off key, too...hehe...but I love to worship in song.

    Thanks for joining in and may His abundance shine through the month.
    ~Tamara

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  2. How wonderful. Make a joyful noise unto the Lord. Awesome!!

    In Christ,
    Virginia

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  3. Thank you for such a sweet post. Being thankful means that you are content with who you are. I am sure the Lord doesn't look at singing the way man does. He says make a joyful noise, even the heart can make a joyful noise for Him.
    Many blessings to you,
    Katia

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  4. So sweet...not silly at all and your family loves your voice...what more could you ask for! Simple blessings ♥ Teri

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  5. What a wonderful blessing to have indeed.

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  6. You are praising Our Lord with a joyful noise...since He gave you your voice, it does not matter how it might be.

    What a sweet post :-D

    M.

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  7. Our Christian radio station used to have a spot aired that went like this:

    Narrator says, "What you hear in Church..." and then you hear the congretation singing a hymn with a voice, VERY off key and out of timing, is highlighted.

    Narrator then says, "What God hears in Heaven..." and you hear the equivalent of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir!

    Keep making that joyful noise!

    Blessings,
    Lori

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