I heard someone express a testimony by starting each sentence with “I thank Him…” The speaker only did this for a short few sentences, but I liked that style and wanted to try writing something like it myself. It was harder than I thought and I realized that I might never “finish” it. So here is my unfinished first-attempt.
I thank Him for the confidence I receive in knowing that He is a God of truth, and canst not lie; that He cannot walk in crooked paths; neither doth he vary from that which he hath said.
I thank him for knowing that His promises, declared by His servants the prophets, are sure.
I thank Him, knowing He orchestrates a way through great chaotic interaction of natural forces alongside both the good and evil designs of men; He acts in wisdom, and knowest all things.
I thank Him that if I do what he has asked (search diligently, pray always, and be believing), all of these forces will be orchestrated for my good.
I thank Him, that He sent His Son. I thank His Son, that He finished the work that Our Father gave Him to do.