|Posted on May 27, 2012 at 9:55 PM|
It is easy to focus on family get-togethers, barbecue, desserts, watermelon, iced tea, parades and fireworks. But the truth of the matter is that Memorial Day is a day to offer the Lord thanksgiving for all the men and women who have served and have died to protect this great land; and to pray for those dear soldiers who are still serving on the frontlines today. Sooo many sacrifices. Torn families. Broken bodies. Lost loved ones.
Open your hearts and your homes to families whose loved ones are serving our country -- not only on Memorial Day, but everyday.
I Corinthians 12:26 "So now, when one member shall suffer, all of them shall share the pain. And if one member rejoices, all the members shall rejoice."