Dr. George Bannister • Sermon • • 824 views
TITLE: Being Thankful at Thanksgiving: The Fruit of Thankfulness TEXT: Psalm 100 ETS: The Psalmist issues a call for people to worship God, with a heart of thanks. ESS: An attitude of thankfulness bears positive, transformational fruit in the believer’s life. OSS: Believers will make the choice to live…
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I believe that the real difference in the American church is not between conservatives and liberals, fundamentalists and charismatics, nor between Republicans and Democrats. The real difference is between the aware and the unaware. When somebody is aware of that love—the same love that the Father has…
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Introduction Ingratitude is one of the ugliest attitudes any human being could possess. Ingratitude is a sin that characterizes the unregenerate, and it appears right at the top of God’s list of damning sins in Romans 1. Paul’s Accusation Of Unbelieving Humanity Is Very Specific. q Verse 21 begins with…
Giving Thanks Webster says Thanksgiving is the act of giving thanks How do we do that? Having a grateful heart Spirit of thanksgiving Being content Not feeling entitled By not expecting Thanksgiving characterizes the Righteous 3 But immorality or any impurity or greed must not even be named among you,…
Brad Jordan • Cornerstone Baptist Church • Sermon • • 32 views • 28:30
This morning, as we continue our series on Attitude Adjustment we are going to talk about what it means to truly be thankful and where better to turn than one of the many songs of praise and thanksgiving that we find in the Psalter. Turn with me to Psalm 30 as we answer four questions who, what, when and why.
True gratitude is immensely important in the Christian life. We see from Psalm 100 and other texts that our expression of gratitude is a reflection of saving faith & of knowledge and appreciate for God, and it impacts our maturity and effectiveness in the Christian life.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 29 views
The offering of thanks, especially for gifts received. Scripture emphasises the importance of giving thanks to God for all his gifts and works, both as an expression of our dependence upon him and gratitude to him.
Rich DeRuiter • Sermon • • 17 views
Reading: Psalm 95 Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song. Psalm 95:2 (NIV) I. God is the King above all gods A. Come to Him with Joy and Thanksgiving 1. We start with a call to worship together a. We can and should worship privately b. In the Bible God’s people typically…
W. Charles Harris II • Sermon • • 15 views
HOW CAN I SAY THANKS THANKS IS IN ORDER S IN ORDER I”m glad that Thanksgiving Day still exists in the United States of America because it shouts to the world that “Thanks is in order” and “All Thanks points to God alone.” The unfortunate truth is that the postmodern world in which we reside is almost…
Fred Ayers • Sermon • • 14 views
Making A Joyful Noise -Showing Thanks ps 100 1 Make a joyful noise unto the Lord , all ye lands. 2 Serve the Lord with gladness: Come before his presence with singing. 3 Know ye that the Lord he is God: It is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; We are his people, and the sheep of his pasture.…
Mike Lester • Illustration • • 10 views
There is hope today in knowing that Jesus is alive, and that one day He is coming for His children. A self-made millionaire was scheduled to speak to a class of fifty-nine sixth graders in the heart of one of New York's toughest neighborhoods. These were kids who had grown up around poverty, violence,…
Stand Alone Sermons
Pastor Luke preached from Psalm 100, saying that "We were made for worship, drawing us to God who loves and gives life." He said that with a heart of thankfulness: we express worship to the Lord both inwardly and outwardly (verses 1-2, 4), we are drawn to the Lord’s presence and His heart (verses 2 & 4), and we experience the Lord’s life-giving goodness and His love (verses 3 & 5).
Mike Lester • Illustration • • 8 views
Jesus' last words show us His heart for a lost and dying world. Samuel Rutherford, theologian and Bible scholar in the 1600s, had this to say as he lay on his deathbed: "Mine eye shall see my Redeemer. He has pardoned, loved, and washed me, and given me joy unspeakable and full of glory. Glory shines…