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Day 9 Project GRAPEful

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Project GRAPEful Grape News LogoProject GRAPEful continues…Recap: We aim to bless our readers who, for the most part, have had a very difficult year in 2015.  For the next 21 days until Thanksgiving day, we will be sharing inspiring stories and things we are “GRAPEful” for.  We pray these tidbits bless you and that you and your family will find peace and strength each day.  (Aside from being able to enter to win prizes which you can read more about by clicking the link above.)  Here is part three of my article The Blessings of Pain: 2. Pain makes you supportive. Those who have struggled with something, especially for a long time, seem to have a need to alleviate the pain and suffering of others.  Their compassion manifests itself when they lift up and support others going through the same thing. They don’t want to see the pain–even if it’s in another’s life and not their own. So today, I’m thankful for the ability to support and bless others through their pain and struggles.  What are your struggles and what are you thankful for today?  Please share as a comment down below this post. And please share this post with your Facebook family and other social media friends to inspire them to come and share their own as well.  We’ll be praying for each person listed below. ============================================================= Here’s what will be awarded for the contest so far: 1. The most inspirational story 2. The person who shared our blog posts the most 3. The most insightful thing gained from doing this project Prizes will include: GGB Main Pix   Grape Grill Buddy BBQ Grill Mats     Adult'sStudies3001   Art of Eloquence Prize Packages     =============================================================

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  • This is very true. Suffering gives us more compassion towards others.

    Celebrate a friend today. Send them a gratitude card.

    You cannot do a kindness too soon because you never know how soon it will be too late. —Ralph Waldo Emerson
    #gratitudechallenge

    Susie on
  • This may have been more appropriately posted on Veterans Day, bowever, I am no less grateful today. I am grapeful for our military and our police officers who put there lives on the line in order to keep us safe knowing all the while they are likely to be mistreated by the very people they protect. I am most truly thankful for their service and for their families commitment to their public service!

    Laura Cassity on
  • I am thankful for life. There were many years when I wished my life were over. God has given me a new heart for life and for living for Him. A true heart transplant.

    Cris (Crystal) Ortmann on

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