My neighbours to the south are in the midst of preparing for Thanksgiving. We already celebrated Thanksgiving here in Canada. It is still good, though, to be thankful.
I am thankful that God is immutable; he is unchanging in all aspects of his character. When I look at God's unchanging nature compared with my own tendency to be fickle and unreliable, I am reminded that He is God and I am not.
This is from Stephen Charnock's The Existence and Attributes of God:
Immutability is a glory belonging to all the attributes of God. It is not a single perfection of the Divine nature, nor it is limited to particular objects thus and thus disposed. Mercy and justice have their distinct objects and distinct acts; mercy is conversant about a penitent, justice conversant about a obstinate sinner. In our notion and conception of the Divine perfections, his perfections are different: the wisdom of God is not his power, nor his power his holiness, but immutability is the centre wherein they all unite. There is not one perfection but may be said to be and truly is, immutable; none of them will appear so glorious without this beam, this sun of immutability, which renders them highly excellent without the least shadow of imperfection. How cloudy would his blessedness be if it were changeable! How dim his wisdom, if it might be obscured! How feeble his power, if it were capable to be sickly and languish! How would mercy lose much of its lustre, if it could change into wrath; and justice much of its dread, if it could be turned into mercy, while the object of justice remains unfit for mercy, and one that hath need of mercy continues only fit for the Divine fury!