You know how you count your blessings?
You look past the things you can touch and buy and say, ‘Amen.’ to what you have.
You look past the people and journey you have been graced to have experience and recognize where good things come from and say, ‘Thank you.’
And you look up knowing
that if everything else were gone and ripped from your world
that Jesus would still be there
and that would be sufficient
to say with contentment and great joy,
“I am highly favored among men by the God who sees and knows me.”
that you really know
how to count blessings.