Sermons on Thanksgiving
Psalm 136 How good is God?
Luke 17:11-19 Man’s condition, according to Romans 1, is such that we supress the truth of God, and refuse to honor Him and give Him thanks. Here in Luke 17, we see a picture of ten men, ten lepers who come to Jesus for healing. Our Lord graciously heal all ten. Only one of these returns to Jesus in a heart of praise and thanksgiving. Do we return to give Him thanks?
2 Cor. 8:1-15. Paul encourages the church towards giving, and sets before the Corinthians as an example of giving the churches in Macedonia. We can learn much from this passage of the heart with which a believer responds to the Lord in our giving.
Psalm 135. Thanksgiving doesn’t start, it doesn’t focus, and it doesn’t find its end in what God has done “for us”. Thanksgiving is to focus on who our God is!
How much do we have to be thankful for? The Apostle Paul tells us that God gives us life, breath, and everything. So do we thank Him for everything?
Psalm 50. Where does our praise and worship originate? Thanksgiving is at the very center of the Christian life. Our people share the thankfulness of their hearts to the Lord in this message.