“Arigatou.” That’s how you say “thank you” in Japanese. It’s another word I said (or attempted to say) quite often during my stay in Okinawa, Japan.
And that is indeed the sentiment of my heart.
Arigatou. Thank you.
“I thank the Lord for my every remembrance of you.”
These pictures of these beautiful faces are only a small representation of the many lovely, godly women who attended the PWOC retreat that memorable weekend. Don’t you just see the radiance of the Lord all over them? They are truly some of the most gracious and genuinely warm women I’ve ever encountered.
And my thanksgivings are spread among them; they do not belong to only those in the photos. I could actually say a word of appreciation to each and every woman for what she brought to the retreat and to my life that special week.
Praise the Lord for what He hath done!