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Shiloh 2022 Thanksgiving Service - David Oyedepo Sunday Live Stream (11 December 2022). FAITH TABERNACLE OTA
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THE ELDERLY THANKSGIVING CHARITY (DECEMBER 5 2022) the SCOAN Live Stream. Prophet T.B. Joshua says, "There can be no loving without giving. There can be no giving without receiving. There can be no planting without reaping." Join Pastor Evelyn Joshua, Emmanuel TV Partners and members of the SCOAN in this thanksgiving charity for the elderly. As Acts 20:35 says, there is more joy in giving than in receiving.
Bill Johnson - Watch Sermon: The Sanctifying Power of a Thankful Heart. Having a thankful heart does more than keep our hearts and minds healthy; being thankful actually sanctifies the very things we are thanking God for. In this sermon clip, Bill Johnson teaches on the power of being thankful, and how our relationships and the situations we face are impacted and sanctified by our thanksgiving.
Joseph Prince's Special Thanksgiving Program: Praise Opens The Door To God's Grace. Today's Featured Sermon: Special Thanksgiving Program: Praise Opens The Door To God's Grace Learn to thank & praise God even in the midst of your trial & watch Him inundate you with His grace.
John Hagee (November-24-2022) Daily Devotional: Deuteronomy 31:8 - And the LORD, He is the One who goes before you. He will be with you, He will not leave you nor forsake you; do not fear nor be dismayed.
On that first Thanksgiving in 1621, William Bradford gathered with about 50 Pilgrims and almost 100 Native American friends to celebrate a bountiful harvest with a three-day feast, games of skill, and military exercises.
Only about half of the colony had survived the preceding winter – many succumbing to sickness and starvation. Legend tells us that on some days, the Pilgrims were rationed only five kernels of corn. Their survival relied on those small morsels of food.
As they gathered around the tables laden with venison and vegetables, Bradford shucked an ear of corn and meted out five kernels of corn to each guest. He wanted them to remember where they had started and what they had survived. Together, they gave God humble thanks.
On this special day of gratitude, look back and remember where you began and how God brought you here – the just-in-time job offer, the joy of your salvation, the word of confirmation, the check in the mail, His sustaining grace, the miraculous medical turn-around, the faces of your loved ones.
He was faithful to you in the past, and He is not finished. If He brought you from there to where you are today, He will take you the rest of the way!
Today's Blessing: May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you and give you His peace. Lift your heart and your hands to heaven to give thanks to God for His unspeakable blessings. He is worthy to be praised!
- Old Testament - Ezekiel 47:1-48:35
- New Testament - 1 Peter 2:11-3:9
- Psalms & Proverbs - Psalm 119:53-70, Proverbs 28:12-13
Joyce Meyer (November-24-2022) Daily Devotional: With Thanksgiving.
God's Word teaches us not to worry, but to come to Him, in every circumstance, with thanksgiving (see Philippians 4:6). Psalm 100:4 says we cannot even come into the presence of God unless we come with thanksgiving.
If we want assurance of answered prayer, we should pray with thanksgiving, not with complaining. People who complain are showing, by their attitude and words, that they do not trust God and are not thankful or appreciative. You may be a person who genuinely loves God, but you may also have a habit of complaining and have not, until now, realized how disrespectful it is to God. If you are convicted of sin in this area, there is no condemnation, but you should ask God to forgive you and begin to fill your prayers with praise and thanksgiving.
Prayer of the Day: Lord, thank You so much for everything You do in my life. I know I take so much for granted, and for that, I ask forgiveness. I love You so much and am truly so grateful for Your place in my life, amen.
Jesse & Cathy Duplantis - Watch Boardroom Chat: The Holiday Of Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving from Jesse and Cathy! Join Jesse and Cathy around the table and be filled with gratitude as you reflect on God’s everlasting goodness.