DAY 24 OF 30 . THANKING GOD FOR SHELTER
Shelter is a vital need in the life of any man.The basic needs of man are food, clothing and shelter.I bless God for shelter
It can only be best imagined what life would feel or be like without a roof on one's head, no place to lay after the day's long work,to be protected from the vagaries and harshness of weather,Shelter is important. I thank God for shelter.
The roof over my head, a room to sleep, and most importantly a bed space to sit or to sleep, these amenities,though basic, are important and I am indeed thankful and grateful.
Another level in having shelter is the ability to own one and to be able to help others have one. I look forward to this huge blessing and responsibility as well in all its dimension and I am grateful for the unfolding opportunities and possibilities.
The privilege of owning a home, a private space, a property or even a bed space is a blessing, imagine the derelicts and homeless, and you can't be less than grateful for the wonderful gift of shelter!
Life-coach,Engineer and Entrepreneur
(c)August 2014, Emmanuel Ayeni
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