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The Warrior and The Eagle – Thankfulness is Warfare

Updated: Jul 19, 2019

1 Chronicles 16:34

"Give thanks to The Creator, for He is good; For His loving-kindness is everlasting."


The First Nations have several stories about thankfulness and how walking with an attitude of gratefulness opens doors in our lives that fulfills The Creators plans for us on this journey.

Giving thanks is the central focus in the Leni Lenape story of The Warrior and The Eagle is a perfect example which we will share in this Council Fire with The RiverWinds teaching.


I will also share a personal testimony of how unrelenting thankfulness provided breakthrough after 30 decades of one mother’s prayer to be reunited with her son (me). This is part of my testimony to how Awesome our Creator is and how He can truly give your heart its desires.



We pray this teaching is an encouragement to you as well as a form of equipping you with another spiritual weapon to add to your arsenal. That you may experience the faith building moments in your life that build your spiritual endurance to fight the daily battles. That you may find peace through being thankful.




Colossians 4:2

“Keep persisting in prayer, staying alert in it and being thankful.







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