But let's get to the post.
Have you wondered yet? What the word Eucharisteo means?
Well, let me share.
According to the Bible Study Tools website, Eucharisteo means to "be grateful, feel thankful", and "give thanks". Thanksgiving, Grace, Joy.
My mom and I watched two video sessions of One Thousand Gifts, which I highly recommend, and there we see the idea of writing down 1,000 blessings—gifts, and found the word Eucharisteo. So that is what I am going to share with you: some of my gifts, through pictures. If I end up writing a list on paper, it will probably look different, but I am just sharing some of my blessings through my pictures.
"When He was at the table with them, He took bread, gave thanks, broke it and began to give it to them."
1. Honeysuckle. I have smelled it even before I saw it—it is beautifully fragrant.
2. Coon Creek—little streams. We have a ditch in front of our house(not a normal ditch), and it has trees around it. It is dry most of the time, but then, when we have a lot of rain, and we have—we've had flooding(we are fine, but please pray for everyone effected by this big flood in MO, KS, AR, OK, etc.) it turns into a stream, and it's really nice. This is a picture of it above.
3. Zippers. :)
4. Our dog, Penny.
5. My parents.
6. Our flower box.
7. :) The pancakes that I ate for breakfast.
There will be more of these posts.
Blessings to you, and please remember that there are blessings all around you already. :)