A Million Thanks to Our Veterans

As we all know, Memorial day is a day set aside to honor or commemorate those who have died in the service of the military. We know the day was enacted to honor those who died in the American Civil War, but it was expanded to include American casualty in any war or military action.

Memorial Day Commemoration 2008

Memorial Day Commemoration 2008 (Photo credit: davidyuweb)

Therefore today, I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation for those men and women who have sacrificed so much for me and my country. Even though I have not had the privilege of serving in the military, I am profoundly grateful for those who have.

Please allow me to publicly say a thanks a million to everyone who have been killed, injured or have served with distinction – Thank you for your service! May the Lord comfort families today, those remembering the passing of loved ones – may the Lord grant you strength.

– Thank You a Million times!

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