Thank You God
In a few days you will probably be sitting around a table with family and friends, celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday. But let me ask you – will you be remembering the One who should receive your praise and thanksgiving? And what about Friday, Nov. 24th or February 10th, or August 3rd, etc. Will you be praising and thanking the One who should walk before in constant THANKSLIVING?
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Dearly loved congregation of the Lord Jesus Christ, Thanksgiving Day is a curious holiday. It runs against the grain of our culture: inviting people to pause and reflect: to stop and appreciate what they have, taking a break from the relentless pursuit of bigger, better, newer things. It is also a curious…
This week we observe the Thanksgiving holiday. But on almost all fronts, our circumstances in 2020 seem quite different than Thanksgiving of 2019. Will we find genuine thanksgiving to God harder this year? And with all that has changed around us, will our joy be suppressed this Christmas season? Join us as we look at Paul’s words to the Thessalonians and throughout his epistles that call us to full and abundant and joyful thanksgiving this week and throughout any difficult season of life.
Simple goal: We can be thankful the God’s goal in trials even if we are not thankful for the trials. Intro: This has been a tough year that no one expected. So it is tempting to say that thanksgiving doesn’t quite fit this year. What do we have to be thankful for sitting outside in the cold with a virus…
Psalm 100 Intro : This Psalm concludes a series of Psalms that began with Psalm 91 . Because this Psalm is a call to Thanksgiving, the title literally reads, “ A Psalm Of Shouting .” It is a plea from the psalmist to the hearts of his readers to look to the Lord and to exalt His Name! This week, we will…
Eric Narron • Sermon • • 26 views
1 Thessalonians 5:18 Thanksgiving, the pre-runner holiday for Christmas, it is the time where we eat with family and don’t have to worry about the presents. It is the day where we are to be thankful, but what is there to be thankful for this year? With the threat of COVID, with the fear that we are going…
One Woman’s Crusade Was the first Thanksgiving really held by the pilgrims shortly after the Mayflower anchored at Plymouth? Texans claim the first Thanksgiving in America was proclaimed in Palo Duro Canyon by Padre Juan De Cadilla for Coronado’s troops in 1541, 79 years before the Pilgrims. At any rate,…
Today, Marks the Sunday before Thanksgiving. What do you think I am going to talk about today? Any guesses? >>>> Thankfulness. I realize that holidays can become a cliche. But at the same time - they don’t have to be. They also can be used as quick - Spiritual check ups. ILLUSTRATION: Many of us as we…
Dr. William Blocker • Sermon • • 22 views
Psalm 107 Introduction Let the Redeemed of the Lord say so Proposition God has summoned us Here to Give Him Thanks. We can join in the saints of old as we Thank God for All He has Done. Proposition #2 When we continually thank God for what he as done, we will gain confidence that He is able to do again…
Context: Where does this fit in the Big Picture of God's Glory? Address conquest/destruction of Shiloh by Philistines Address loss/recovery of Ark, admitting that there is no Overview: What's going on here? Time went by until twenty years had passed since the ark had been taken to Kiriath-jearim. Then…
Rev. Alex Sloter • Peace Lutheran Church • Sermon • • 18 views
Thanksgiving doesn't seem like an appropriate response to 2020. However, behind the troubles and trails of this year, we see the hand that gives us daily bread. O give thanks to the Lord for he is good, and his mercy endures forever.
Clifton Jones • Prairie Grove Baptist Church • Sermon • • 12 views • 36:06
1.)Click on "We Thank Thee Lord" above to go to the page with the Study Notes. 2.)Then scroll down past the "Files" to view the Study Notes. 3.) To repeat the song heard at the end of the sermon click on "Music - Dear Lord We Thank Thee" under "Files".
Your Kingdom Come
We began our journey through Matthew 5 on the last Sunday of June. For five months, we have sat at the feet of Jesus learning from him what life in the Kingdom of heaven looks like when we live in it. Looking back, we can make three observations about life in the kingdom. 1) Life in the Kingdom runs…
The Rev. Craig Kuehn • Sermon • • 4 views
Theme: We celebrate Thanksgiving out of gratitude Let us pray. Most holy, Lord God, we gather on this day to give thanks for what we have; bless us in your never ending love and help to always give thanks for your many gifts, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. It is interesting to note that it wasn't…
Eric Mann • Sermon • • 4 views
Good morning, thank you for being with us today. Just as a reminder, we are using our new FM transmitter for the first time today, so if you want to hear us through your car radio as well as through the outdoor speakers set up here on stage, you can tune into 89.1 on your FM radio and you should be able…
Jeff Hopson • Sermon • • 3 views
18 Blessed be the Lord God, the God of Israel, Who only doeth wondrous things. INTRODUCTION: All that the Lord does is wonderful, extraordinary, unusual, and always with a divine purpose. As I read through the Bible I see wondrous things that God did that people were thankful for. For instance when God…