Happy Thanksgiving 2020!

The Maxwells, left to right: Mary, Anna, Steve & Teri, Sarah

Our hearts of full of gratefulness to the Lord Jesus “who only doeth wondrous things” (Psalm 72:18).

We are grateful for salvation. “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast” (Ephesians 2:8-9).

We are thankful for family, including the addition of four in 2020 (Jesse marrying Anna and babies Simon Peter, Caleb, and Elliot).

We are thankful for you, our Titus2 readers. Thank you for your love and encouragement.

May today be a special day of remembering all the Lord has done for you this past year. Our God is so faithful and good!

Happy Thanksgiving!

The Maxwells

“Oh that men would praise the LORD for his goodness,
and for his wonderful works to the children of men!” (Psalm 107:21)

10 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving 2020!”

  1. Happy thanksgiving to you all from the UK!
    Super photo of you all!
    Have a lovely day.
    Are you having turkey?
    We all send you are love

    1. Love from here back to you and your family, Claire. Yes, it is turkey here. This is Gigi’s favorite meal of the year. She and Christopher’s family will be here today, unless someone wakes up sick, but as of last night everyone was well. Most of the sons are out of state with their wives’ families. Nathan and Melanie have a lady from church joining them.

  2. Happy thanksgiving, guys! I have lots to be thankful for, even though this year has been challenging. I still have my family, when numerous others can’t say the same. Have a blessed day.

    Love, Rebecca

    1. Thank you, Rebecca. Happy Thanksgiving to you, your sister, brother and dad, too. So glad you can find things to be grateful for in the midst of the grieving and hardships.

  3. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you. Although, it has been a most unusual year and certainly difficult at times, I am thankful for so much especially God’s strength and love to help me through the moments of sadness and fear.

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