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For Lack Of Thanksgiving
 

As we at the Institute hold forth the "invisible things of God," we praise and thank Him for raising you up to equip us for battle, through your prayers and your gifts.

At this time of personal and national testing, we are aware, as at few other times, just how wonderfully dependent we are on our loving Lord. We join you in thanking Him for His sovereignty, His abiding love for and protection of us—a compassionate protection that may even result in our "promotion," and our ability to rest in the certainty that the events of these days are but the dying gasps of a defeated foe.

We join you, too, in praying for our President and all who must work together to effect his decisions. We rejoice in the fact that the heart of the "king" is in the hand of the Lord!!!

Cite this article: Tom Manning. 2001. For Lack Of Thanksgiving. Acts & Facts. 30 (11).

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