Saturday Snapshot — A Thanksgiving Psalm From Quinn

We have a modern-day Psalmist on our hands:  Quinn Graham, Will Graham’s son and Billy Graham’s great-grandson, wrote a special Thanksgiving Psalm to share.

We hope this blesses you.

If you’d like to comment on the Psalm, we’ll make sure Quinn gets your messages.

quinn graham Thanksgiving psalm from 2014 or 2015 small for blog

A thanksgiving psalm by quinn jpeg small for blog

Speaking of Thanksgiving, maybe one of our Cove recipes will be perfect for your upcoming holiday get togethers.  Click here to see if one of our recipes might do the trick.

May the Lord bless and keep you, our friends.  Have a wonderful weekend!


 

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23 thoughts on “Saturday Snapshot — A Thanksgiving Psalm From Quinn”

  1. Amen & Hallelujah! Quinn seems to have inherited writing talent from his great-grandmother, Ruth Bell Graham. We are all so blessed.

  2. Quinn is a blessing ,an
    Understatement ,indeed
    In that smile you can see ,joy unspeakable
    Not a sign of anger or greed
    New everyday,quinn graham ,you are his son indeed

  3. Thank you for posting this, and it is absolutely beautiful!!! How grateful I am to have been able to attend many of Reverend Billy Graham’s Crusades, when I was a young girl. I never missed any of his crusades when he would come to Knoxville, Tennessee.

    Your poem says everything of our love for God, and the blessings He has given to each of us. I feel blessed to have read your poem, and you have done an awesome job!!! Very well written, and with such care. Thank you, and I wish for the Graham family, a very Happy Thanksgiving.

  4. Thank you for sharing your Psalm, Quinn! If you don’t mind, I would like to put it on my frig so I can be reminded daily to be thankful! May you and your family have a blessed Thanksgiving!

  5. This beautiful psalm has blessed my heart. It tells the gospel message in prose, and Is a wonderful way to say a blessing to others at thanksgiving. Thank you Quinn for writing a thanksgiving blessing for us.

  6. Dear Quinn:
    As I read your Thanksgiving Psalm many thoughts arose in my mind such as: The words bring forth a blessed boy who has been brought up and nurtured well in the ways of the Lord by a loving wise family; The words express an understanding of who God is; The words describe a connection with the world, caring about its people and the words say hello, I am here and I have something to say to you. Young Psalmist, I appreciate your gift. Thank you for writing it and sharing it. I would like to print a copy and frame it for hanging it in my home.

  7. How beautiful – to see this young man beginning a tradition of providing us with spiritual direction, just like his dad, here at Thanksgiving!

    Truth is, a middle-aged theologian, with countless degrees in theology after his name, would probably say exactly the same things that Quinn did. Thank you, Quinn for these beautiful and true words. May our Lord continue to bless you!

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