High School students in a Kentucky high school found a way to say thank you to the janitor that kept their school buildings in order. For Ricky Spaulding, it was just a routine call to go to the gymnasium to clean up a spill, but it was far from routine. This time, Spaulding was presented with a check for $1,900 to enable him and his wife to travel to Italy to see his two-month-old granddaughter. The baby was born to Spaulding’s son who is stationed in Italy with the U.S. Navy.
How do we show thanks to those that serve us? Do we let them know how much they are appreciated? One of the key aspects of thanksgiving is showing gratitude. --Jim L. Wilson and Rodger Russell.
The Week, June 20, 2014 p. 2
1 Corinthians 1:4 (HCSB) (4) I always thank my God for you because of God’s grace given to you in Christ Jesus,