25 Sermons for Thanksgiving

post date: November 5, 2011


Thanksgiving is a profoundly Christian holiday in that it focuses us on the God as the true source of all our blessings. As the hymnwriter said, “All things bright and beautiful, all creatures great and small, all things wise and wonderful, the Lord God made them all.”

Here are 25 sermons appropriate for Thanksgiving. You are welcome to use this material in any way that might be helpful to you as you prepare sermons and Bible studies or simply to increase your own gratitude to the Lord for all his blessings.

What Children Can Teach Us at Thanksgiving    
How God Revealed the Ingratitude of My Own Heart   
The Standing Orders of the Gospel 

His Mercy Endures Forever
Can God Set a Table in the Wilderness?   

On the Victory Side    
Something Big is Happening Here
   
Miracles Comes in Many Varieties     
Why I Am Not a Pessimist   
Daily Bread Living     

The Blessed Benefits    
What God Remembers That We Forget  
If God is Sovereign, What Then?    

Grumblers Anonymous   
To Every Generation    

Faithful to Finish His Work in You  
Our Awesome God
  
Where are the Nine?    
Contentment: A Better Way to Live     
Joyful Living in a Grumpy World       

Overcoming Disappointment   
How to Have Joy All Year Long   
How to Inherit a Blessing    
Some Advice to the Discontented
   
Are You Excited About Your Future? 

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