Forgetting to Be Thankful
Forgetting to Be Thankful
Psalm 103:1-13
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Sunday Morning Service,  November 23, 2014

We will officially celebrate Thanksgiving in America Thursday, but how many people will truly remember to be thankful to God. Turkey, family and Black Friday will cause many to forget what Thanksgiving is all about. Yet thankfulness is much the pulse of the Christian life, a sign of spiritual health. Psalm 103 is totally an expression of praise and thankfulness moving from personal praise (1-5) to grace and mercy abounding (6-18) and closing with a doxology of praise (19-22). Without making any requests, the psalmist praises God for five wonderful blessings.

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Restoring the Joy of Salvation
The Theology of Prayer
Blessed Are They That Mourn
The Reality of God's Rule
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The Existence of God - Part 3