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Grumbles into gratefuls’

Royston 1946 (Reading)



Turning grumbles into gratefuls
and all my worries into joys.
Full of lovings and not hatefuls
as with praise my tongue employs.

Jesus makes such a difference
to me each and every day,
as with wonder and reverence
I walk with Him along the way.

An attitude of gratitude
Jesus Christ has given to me.
Enlightening and brightening
everything that I touch and see.
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Submitted by royston on August 05, 2021

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