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A Thanksgiving Day Prayer

November 24, 2011

Lord,

I ask you to guide my brothers as they fly so far from home. They are there to do their duty, for God and country both.

Keep their aircraft steady, and safe from any threat. Ward off all danger with your loving hand outstretched.

And when minds back home do drift, comfort them with thoughts of bliss.

My final wish, this one for me, speed me there, across the sea.

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