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Magnifying God With Thanksgiving

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Looking ahead to the day God would give him victory over his adversaries, David resolved to praise God’s glorious name (v. 30). Instead of vowing to offer thanksgiving sacrifices when God answered his prayer, David decided to offer God “the sacrifice of praise ... that is, the fruit of [his] lips giving thanks to his name” (Heb. 13:5). This, David realized, would please the Lord more than animal sacrifices (v. 31). So we today must magnify the Lord, and showfore praise.

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Message: Magnifying God With Thanksgiving

Introduction:
The person who has stopped being thankful has fallen asleep in life.—Robert Louis Stevenson* • Be thankful, therefore, for the least benefit and thou shalt be worthy to receive greater. Let the least be unto thee even as the greatest, and let that which is of little account be unto thee even as the greatest. If the majesty of the Giver be considered, nothing that is given shall seem small and of no worth, for that is not a small thing which is given by the Most High God.—Thomas à Kempis • There are 138 passages of Scripture that deal with the subject of thanksgiving.—Larry Poland* • How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child.—William Shakespeare in King Lear
If in his A grateful mind is a great mind.—Rev. William Secker* • The person who has stopped being thankful has fallen asleep in life.—Robert Louis Stevenson* • Be thankful, therefore, for the least benefit and thou shalt be worthy to receive greater. Let the least be unto thee even as the greatest, and let that which is of little account be unto thee even as the greatest. If the majesty of the Giver be considered, nothing that is given shall seem small and of no worth, for that is not a small thing which is given by the Most High God.—Thomas à Kempis • There are 138 passages of Scripture that deal with the subject of thanksgiving.—Larry Poland* • How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child.—William Shakespeare in King Lear
Someone Once Said …A grateful mind is a great mind.—Rev. William Secker*
The person who has stopped being thankful has fallen asleep in life.—Robert Louis Stevenson*
The person who has stopped being thankful has fallen asleep in life.—Robert Louis Stevenson*
Be thankful, therefore, for the least benefit and thou shalt be worthy to receive greater. Let the least be unto thee even as the greatest, and let that which is of little account be unto thee even as the greatest. If the majesty of the Giver be considered, nothing that is given shall seem small and of no worth, for that is not a small thing which is given by the Most High God.—Thomas à Kempis • There are 138 passages of Scripture that deal with the subject of thanksgiving.—Larry Poland*

1. The Character of Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving Is Required of God’s People, ; ;

Thanksgiving Is Required of God’s People, ; ;

Thanksgiving Characterizes the Righteous, ;
Thanksgiving Characterizes the Righteous, ; –7Thanksgiving Glorifies God, :30Thanksgiving Honors God, :23Thanksgiving Is a Desire of the Righteous, ; ThanksgivingIs Required of God’s People, ; ;
Thanksgiving Is Required of God’s People, ; ;

h) Thanksgiving Is Required of God’s People ; ;

h) Thanksgiving Is Required of God’s People ; ;
Thanksgiving Glorifies God, :30Thanksgiving Honors God, :23Thanksgiving Is a Desire of the Righteous, ; ThanksgivingIs Required of God’s People, ; ;
Thanksgiving Glorifies God,
Thanksgiving Honors God,
Thanksgiving Is a Desire of the Righteous, ;
ThanksgivingIs Required of God’s People, ; ;

2. Reasons for Thanksgiving

g) Give Thanks for Everything, h) Give Thanks for Faith and Love, ; ; ) Give Thanks for Food, ; ; ; ; j) Give Thanks for the Goodness of God, ; ; ; k) Give Thanks for Grace in Christ
Give Thanks for Everything,
r) Give Thanks for Rescue from Sin,
Give Thanks for Rescue from Sin, Give Thanks for Victory over Sin and Death, Give Thanks for the Works of God, ; ;
Give Thanks for Rescue from Sin,
Give Thanks for Victory over Sin and Death,
Give Thanks for Faith and Love, ; ;
u) Give Thanks for Victory over Sin and Death,
Give Thanks for Food, ; ; ; ;
x) Give Thanks for the Works of God, ; ;
Give Thanks for the Works of God, ; ;
Give Thanks for the Goodness of God, ; ; ;
Give Thanks for Grace in Christ
Give Thanks for Rescue from Sin,
Give Thanks for Victory over Sin and Death,
Give Thanks for the Works of God, ; ;

3. The Manner of Thanksgiving

Give Thanks in All Circumstances, Give Thanks in the Name of Christ, Give Thanks in Worship, ; ; ; ; ; ; Give Thanks with Praise, ; ; ; , Give Thanks with Prayer, ; ; ; ; ; ;

Give Thanks in All Circumstances, Give Thanks in the Name of Christ, Give Thanks in Worship, ; ; ; ; ; ; Give Thanks with Praise, ; ; ; , Give Thanks with Prayer, ; ; ; ; ; ;

Give Thanks in All Circumstances,
Give Thanks in the Name of Christ,
Give Thanks in Worship, ; ; ; ; ; ;
Give Thanks in the Name of Christ,
Give Thanks with Praise, ; ; ; ,
Give Thanks with Prayer, ; ; ; ; ; ;
Give Thanks in Worship, ; ; ; ; ; ;
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Give Thanks with Praise, ; ; ; , Give Thanks with Prayer, ; ; ; ; ; ;
j) Give Thanks with Prayer, ; ; ; ; ; ;
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