Giving Thanks Today

Psalm 118 v. 1-4
Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good;
his love endures forever.
Let Israel say:
“His love endures forever.”
Let the house of Aaron say:
“His love endures forever.”
Let those who fear the Lord say:
“His love endures forever.”

Let America say:
“His love endures forever.”

We give thanks today to the “high and holy One who inhabits eternity.” The Lord is not limited by the dimension of time. He stands outside time, and rules it, speeding it up, slowing it down, stopping it, even turning it backwards. He is Lord of time.

“His love endures forever”

This means that the greatest expression of His love, Jesus Christ, who is Love, and is in fact God, is always present with us who believe. Even when all our news, all our emotions, all we see with our eyes, is in contradiction to His message of undying love.

The first Christian martyr, Steven, facing imminent murder, saw with eyes of faith the lord Jesus Christ standing beside the Father and welcoming him into glory, even forgiving his persecutors. (Amazing, all it takes for me to miss the point is a sore throat.)

The Pilgrims of Plymouth suffered greatly in their mission to carry the Gospel to a new land

Their losses were horrible. So many died that first winter that it is hard to understand their stamina, unless we remember that they were seeking an eternal city, whose builder and maker is God.

Happy Thanksgiving America,
His Love Endures Forever

~ TD

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DCG
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DCG
9 months ago

I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Dr. Eowyn
Admin
9 months ago

I am thankful that, in spite of the Left’s vicious civil war, America still stands.

Watertender
Watertender
9 months ago

I am grateful to live in America. We all must try to make it a better place.

William
William
9 months ago

I would be remiss if I didn’t mention my Lady, Lisa, when reflecting on what I am thankful for. Having her in my life has made me a better person, a gift that I don’t deserve. I’ve recounted elsewhere how she selflessly took care of her brother and was with him when he took his last breath on Earth. Now she’s focusing on her 90-year old mother who is slipping into the long goodbye of dementia. Yesterday at dinner her mother started to forget to swallow so Lisa patiently and gently sat next to her and helped her while her… Read more »

Alma
Alma
9 months ago

We have celebrated Thanksgiving for 57 years, our first was limited, but we celebrated and we went to Church and gave thanks, the following years we have been blessed and celebrate Thanksgiving, we gather, make our offering and thank GOD for all HE has given us.