Richly Blessed

Richly Blessed

This month we celebrate a national holiday that is uniquely American in its origins. Our Thanksgiving Day is traditionally founded on the Pilgrims' 3-day feast in 1621 at Plymouth to celebrate a bountiful harvest and give thanks to God for His protection and provision. Our nation truly does have a blessed heritage.

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