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Remember the Good

"Remember His marvelous works that He hath done, His wonders, and the judgments of His mouth" (I Chronicles 16:12).

"We acknowledge, especially now, our dependence on One greater than ourselves. . . . May Almighty God, who is our refuge and our strength in this time of trouble, watch over our homeland, protect us, and grant us patience, resolve, and wisdom in all that is to come."

President George W. Bush, 2001

"We also thank God for the blessings of freedom and prosperity; and, with gratitude and humility, we acknowledge the importance of faith in our lives. . . . This Thanksgiving, we recognize the ties of friendship and respect that bind us together. And we renew our pledge to uphold the timeless principles of freedom, equality, and opportunity that have made our country into a great Nation."

President George W. Bush, 2002

"Our Founders thanked the Almighty and humbly sought His wisdom and blessing. May we always live by that same trust, and may God continue to watch over and bless the United States of America."

President George W. Bush, 2003

"We are grateful for our freedom, grateful for our families and friends, and grateful for the many gifts of America. On Thanksgiving Day, we acknowledge that all of these things, and life itself, come from the Almighty God."

President George W. Bush, 2004

"We remain grateful to live in a country of liberty and abundance . . . for the love of family and friends, and we ask God to continue to watch over America. . . . This Thanksgiving, we pray and express thanks for the men and women who work to keep America safe and secure. . . . We ask God's special blessings on those who have lost loved ones in the line of duty. . . . We give thanks to live in a country where freedom reigns, justice prevails, and hope prospers."

President George W. Bush, 2005

These excerpts are a good example of I Timothy 2:1-4. We say "amen" and add our grateful thanks to our Heavenly Father for your friendship and support of the ministry at ICR.

Cite this article: Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. 2006. Remember the Good. Acts & Facts. 35 (11).

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