In this season of Thanksgiving, as we explore our great blessings, nothing is more deserving of our thanks than "the God of all grace" (1 Pet. 5:10). God's grace really is amazing, as John Newton described it in his famous song. In this lesson, we'll explore what's amazing about grace and why we are thankful for it!
The year 2020 will forever be remembered as a time of sickness, sorrow and death. Yet, as Christians live through these difficult times, God wants us to rise above the negativity and be thankful. In 2nd Corinthians 1, the apostle Paul shows us how to understand and appreciate God's comfort. NOTE: Due to some issues with livestream troubleshooting, some of this service was not recorded. Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe on YouTube
Out of all the churches to which Paul wrote letters, the church of the Thessalonians was a cut above. In his first epistle to them he spent the whole first chapter remembering and praising them. These wonderful verses remind us that we, like Paul, should be thankful for the church.
Our culture has enough complainers. Instead, God wants his children to be thankful. As Thanksgiving approaches, we are going to focus on the things for which we should be thankful. In this lesson, we'll investigate the great story of Jonathon and David. All of us need a friend like Jonathon! From him, we learn what kind of attributes we need in friends!