Thanksgiving 4.5 | NASB
I must give thanks for my preservation; that my life is prolonged, and the use of my reason and understanding, my limbs and senses, are continued to me.
It was owing to Your good providence that I did not die at birth, and did not come forth from the womb and expire; that the knees received me, and the breasts, that I should suck. Job 3:11-12(NASB)
Though I have been called a rebel from birth, Isaiah 48:8(NASB) yet by Your power I have been borne by You from birth and carried from the womb; Isaiah 46:3(NASB) and You keep me in life and do not allow my feet to slip. Psalm 66:9(NASB)
All my bones will say, “LORD, who is like You!” Psalm 35:10(NASB) For You keep the bones, and not one of them is broken. Psalm 34:20(NASB)
I lay down and sleep, for You, LORD, make me to dwell in safety. Psalm 3:5(NASB)
You have given Your angels a charge concerning me, to guard me in all my ways; to bear me up in their hands, that I do not strike my foot against a stone. Psalm 91:11-12(NASB) And they are all ministering spirits, sent out to render service for the good of those who will inherit salvation. Hebrews 1:14(NASB)