30 Days of Thanksgiving – Week 3

picture-week1november 13psalm 107sunday
What is the story of your redemption?

How often do you share this story with others, sharing your thankfulness for the enduring love of the Lord? Why not share it with someone today?

november 14daniel 6.1-10monday
What sort of example does Daniel provide us regarding regular times of prayer and thanksgiving, regardless of the circumstances?

How many times have you prayed today? Why not pray now?

november 151 corinthians 15.50-58 – tuesday
In what ways do we often assume death is the worst thing that could happen to us?

What is your response to knowing that God gives us victory over death through Jesus Christ?

november 16jonah 2wednesday
When you have moments when God “brings you up from the pit,” what is your response to him?

In what ways does hitting rock bottom cause you to be even more thankful when you are rescued?

november 17colossians 3.12-17thursday
Why would Paul put “the peace of Christ” and being thankful on similar footing?

How well have you done all in the name of Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father today?

november 18revelation 7.9-12friday
What does it mean to give God praise and glory … and thanks?

How can you both praise and thank God today?

november 19luke 24.13-35saturday
How does the Lord’s Supper remind us of our thankfulness to God for what he has done through his son?

Why do you think it was this event that caused the disciples to recognize Jesus?

november 20psalm 136sunday
In what ways does the goodness of God give you a spirit of thanksgiving?

Psalm 136 goes on to list many different things God has done that shows us his enduring love and causes us to give him thanks. What things would you add to this list?

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