With A Thankful Heart

We want to pause today and thank God for the amazing privilege it is to do what we do. We thank Him for you. He has given us much, and we love sharing our abundance with others as our way of giving back praise and glory to Him.

Marriage is a privilege.

We never tire of encouraging others to continue living their vows out in the good and the bad seasons of life. It takes the strength of God to endure the hardship all relationships face. But He has promised all those who are His that He will never leave us or forsake us. What a tremendous relief!

We recently went to a Brandon Heath concert where he debuted his Blue Mountain album. There was one song that captured our heart from the start. It’s titled, Love Will Be Enough. We want to share it with you as our gift on this Thanksgiving Day. Please take a few minutes and listen to the words as well as the music. We believe you’ll be blessed.

We will be back on Monday ready to kick off the Christmas season with you. Have a blessed Thanksgiving!

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4 Responses to With A Thankful Heart

  1. Sharon O says:

    I appreciate your blog and your encouragement so much. You believe in marriage and you believe in the power of prayer and you are refreshment to dry ‘relationships’ as you encourage and challenge others to press forward to a new direction. May God richly bless you… in all that you do.

    • Debi Walter says:

      Thank you, Sharon. We have loved getting to know so many precious people through our Vineyard–you included. We’re in San Diego with Tom’s Dad and Stepmom and its weird being on Pacific Time while our kids and grand kids are on Eastern Time.
      You’re in PT, too, right!
      God bless you!

  2. Tim Chan says:

    I agree, marriage is a privilege. Thanks for that reminder.

  3. Celine says:

    After reading this post, I feel God’s reassurance to me, irrespective of what doesn’t seem to be, Amen

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