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Sermons from Thanksgiving

Now if you would please take your copies of God’s Word and turn with me to Psalm 136.  We read it together earlier responsively; we’ll not read it again now, but if you would open your Bibles to Psalm 136.  In the church Bibles you’ll find that on page 520.  Psalm 136.

The Object and the Ultimate Reason for our Thankfulness

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Thanksgiving Day Worship Service

November 23, 2006

Psalm 103 “Give Thanks”

Dr. William Wymond

[Prayer: Mr. James Elkin]

Our Father, we know ourselves to be the most blessed people in the world. We know, too, that the God of heaven is our Redeemer. Our blessing from your hand astounds us. We thank You that the Creator of all the universe has loved us. We are startled. We know...

Thanksgiving Day
November 24, 2005
Acts 13:52; 14:27-28
“Giving Thanks in Hard Places”
Mr. Brad Mercer

If you would, turn in your Bibles to Acts, chapter 15....now I might have just said 15; I meant 13. I'm still shaken up. I received when I walked into the sanctuary this morning a challenge. A mother walked up to me and looked me in the eye and said, “This is...

Sermon on Nov 28, 2002

Psalm 105 We Give Thanks

Thanksgiving 2000

I invite you to turn with me to Psalm 105. The contemplation of God's mercies to us is essential to our ability to thank Him as we ought.

Why are you thankful today? What are you here to give thanks for? Why do we give thanks? We may be here very mindful of family blessings of various sorts that God has...

Thanksgiving 2001 1 Thessalonians 5:18 In Everything Give Thanks

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to 1 Thessalonians 5. Since we're worshiping together on Thanksgiving morning, it seems appropriate that we think for a few moments about the distinctive nature of Christian thanksgiving. We know friends who perhaps have no saving faith in Jesus Christ that we might characterize as thankful...

Thanksgiving 1999 1 Thessalonians 5:18 The Grateful Heart Dr. Derek Thomas

Turn with me, if you would, in your Bibles to a text in 1 Thessalonians 5:18. While your doing that, I was just wondering, as Ligon and I were walking to the sanctuary this morning, how honored I am to be asked, as a citizen of the United Kingdom, to give the Thanksgiving Day sermon. And I...

Thanksgiving 1997 Psalm 107

Dr. Ligon Duncan

Before we turn to the Scriptures, I'd like to turn your attention to your order of service, and just point out, under the record of Thanksgiving as viewed by a citizen, exactly 150 years ago this Thanksgiving, John Munn, who was a native of Connecticut, recorded in his journal his experience of the first Thanksgiving in Canton, MS. If...

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