In our giving thanks from day to day, it seems as
if we concentrate on that which can be seen. Food
probably gets the most attention since many have
the gracious habit of thanking God for providing
something so vital for life.
However, Jesus said, “Man shall not live by bread
alone, but by every word of God.” (Luke 4:4) This
places what proceeds from Him on the level of ‘daily
necessity’—not just a ‘once a week’ preference.
At present we do not see God. As a result, other
things we do see get our uppermost attention.
Even so, we are actually deluged by God’s actions
toward us–both seen and unseen.
What sins has He forgiven–how many accidents
has he intercepted–how many storms did He
dissipate, what sicknesses did He cause us to
Through our prayers– How many are being saved,
healed, and delivered that we do not see? (Some-
where in the world the blind see, the deaf hear,
those who were lame are walking, and sins are
What courses of Nations and Governments are
being affected by our prayers. Can we count the
“UNSEEN BLESSINGS OF GOD toward us?
God, we give THANKS–for Your Marvelous Works !
“What shall I render to the Lord
For all His benefits toward me?”