Psalm 118 is widely recognized as a Psalm of Thanksgiving. In these Psalms, the psalmist’s render explosive thanksgiving to the God who has saved them. Psalm 118 begins and ends with the same thunderous words:
We are so thankful for everyone who donated and served as part of A Season of Giving. Together, our church family provided 600 Thanks for Giving meal bags for our local neighbors in need and 1,109 Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts for kids around the world! Thank you for helping us meet needs and love others in Jesus’ name.
Give thanks to God with us this Tuesday night with Stonebriar Prayer & Praise! This online night of worship will prepare your heart for Thanksgiving and encourage you with reminders from Scripture. Tune in on Facebook or YouTube at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 24.
Take time today to thank God for His lavish love, His consistent goodness, and His ever-present forgiveness. Connect for prayer and encouragement at www.stonebriar.org.
How has God been good to you lately? Take time in prayer to thank Him today. Find more thoughts on thankfulness at www.stonebriar.org/theshelf.
The more we remember the Lord’s blessings, the more thankful we’ll be! Our faith will be strengthened and our praises will increase. “Let all that I am praise the Lord; may I never forget the good things he does for me.”
Nothing can compare to the lavish love of God. Better is one day in His courts than a thousand elsewhere.
Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever. —Psalm 118:1 (NIV)
Though this year has brought many challenges, there are always reasons to be thankful. Listen as Ministry Leader Michelle Felt shares what she is thankful for as the holidays approach, and be encouraged as you remember God’s love for you.
Throughout the month of November, we’re focusing on giving thanks to God in all things. No matter our circumstances, as the children of God, we always have something to be grateful for. Take a moment in prayer today to thank the Lord for all He has given you, and stay tuned for more thoughts on thankfulness!