From this moment I began to conclude in my mind that it was possible for me to be more happy in this forsaken, solitary condition than it was probable I should ever have been in any other particular state in the world; and with this thought I was going to give thanks to God
for bringing me to this place.
Amidst their thanks to God
for our deliverance, they could not help lamenting the condition of the patriarch and the other missionaries who were in chains, or, at least, in the hands of professed enemies to our holy religion.
On reading the letter my voice failed me, and still more when I heard my father say, 'Two days hence thou wilt depart, Cardenio, in accordance with the duke's wish, and give thanks to God
who is opening a road to thee by which thou mayest attain what I know thou dost deserve; and to these words he added others of fatherly counsel.
For this, I say thanks to God
, to everybody," he added.
Gill said: "We especially wanted it to be at the Harvest celebration so we could give thanks to God
for bringing us together.
I am convinced, however, that there is a divine power inherent in giving thanks to God
, so much so that this recent revelation to me has radically changed my prayer life.
She said his presence was a "wonderful blessing" for which they gave thanks to God
Whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God
the Father through him.
28 (BNA) Hundreds of Haitians cheered, wept and gave thanks to God
last night as a 16 year old girl was pulled from beneath the rubble of her house, 15 days after the earthquake.
There are thousands of other young people like Bryan, and on the harder days we religious should remember and give thanks to God
for the privilege of teaching them, counseling them, and nourishing their faith.
Pope Benedict expressed his thanks to God
"for the witness of Chiara's life spent in listening to the needs of contemporary people in full fidelity to the Church and to the Pope.
The Bishop of Exeter, the Rt Rev Michael Langrish, has asked Anglicans not just to give thanks to God
at harvest festival services for the food they eat but to remember the farmers who produced it.