Today is our National Day of Prayer, an observance that has been held annually since 1952, when Harry Truman issued the first proclamation. The National Day of Prayer is a day to celebrate life as God's servant, a day to thank the Almighty Father for the wonderful Blessings He bestows on our nation. A day also to pray for those less fortunate, to pray for the sick and the needy, for those who are in jail. A day to pray as a nation for our leaders and the leaders of all nations as well as religious leaders around the world. It is a day to pray for peace and prosperity.
I love my life. There is not one person I can think of that I would want to change places with. The older I get the more comfortable I am with myself, and each day makes me more grateful for the Blessings God Has Bestowed on me. Truly, my cup runneth over.