Another of my favorite Ruach Hakodesh inspired gratitude prayers is:
"Abba Yahweh, thank you for creating me and blessing me with this extraordinary existence experience.
I am so grateful that out of your infinite number of creations, you made me Yours, you made me special, you made me an individual, you made me unique, you made me worthy and you made me ~ me.
Overwhelmed by your love for me, I give you thanks and praise for my ultimate gifts of free will and being created in your image and likeness of eternal powerful and joyful unconditional love.
I thank you Father for my always increasing self-actualization that allows me to know you intimately as well as to know who I really, really am within you ~ because without you I am nothing.
I thank you for all of my Ruach Hakodesh blessings of being able to intuit, thought discern, be inspired, be guided, be enlightened, be comforted and most importantly ~ to be permanently healed.
And I thank you Abba Yahweh for my always acknowledging and appreciating your sacred being and the beauty of all of your divine creations, Amen."
Saint Paul at one time a murderous Roman persecutor of the early Christian Church, was blinded by the Resurrected Christ so that he would “have eyes that could really see.”
Upon realizing and repenting for his mistakes, St. Paul lived an exemplary yet extremely tortured life that he gladly accepted for the glory of God.
Like King David in The Old Testament who wrote the Psalms, St. Paul was inspired immensely like no other human being by The Holy Spirit.
Paul became The Ultimate disciple, living and spreading the true Word throughout most of the Mediterranean and the Middle East until his decapitation by the emperor Nero at age 60.