It's one thing to say "thank you" to our God and it's another to give your "thank you" to the one who's given you everything. In this message we discuss how to manage our time, talents and treasures in a way that gives honor and thanks to our Heavenly Father.
Sermon Tag: Thanksgiving
Complaining is like a contagion that contaminates a person's body and soul. The cure is to cultivate an attitude of gratitude by visualizing the blessings that God constantly pours into our lives.
It's easy to assume that God has given us our money and possessions so that we can enjoy them for ourselves. Though God wants us to enjoy what we have, he has a higher purpose for our worldly possessions and its impact has eternal consequences.
You may have noticed that words matter. One comment has the power to build you up or tear you down. The things you say to others have the power to bring life or death. Words matter and God our Father calls us to use them wisely.
Baptism is an amazing gift from God. If you've already received this gift, this message will remind you why it's still just as important to you as it was when you first received it. And if you haven't received this gift yet, you're invited to experience what God has in store for you!
The devil is always looking for ways to divide us, whereas God's desire is to unite us. One way to keep the unity is to intentionally thank God for each other through prayer asking that the Holy Spirit fill us with his good gifts.
This message based on Psalm 73 gives us God’s divine perspective on how to protect ourselves from the “Thanksgiving Thief.”
The Apostle Paul reveals the mystery of how to be content in any and every situation. Check it out!