Thanksgiving is not just a holiday or a special day; it’s a Christlike way of life. It is perpetually walking in the spirit of gratitude and thanksgiving, acknowledging the Lord’s work and blessing in our lives regardless of the circumstances around us.
The more we thank God for his wonderful work in our lives, the more reasons we find to be thankful. It’s a never-ending beautiful cycle of gratitude, that enables us to stay focused on the Lord no matter what we have to face in life currently, knowing He is above all things!
And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.
Giving Thanks by Giving Back
As you and your loved ones are preparing to celebrate such a wonderful occasion when you get to count your blessings and thank God for His goodness, we want to remind you of a powerful scripture that speaks of generous giving that blooms from a thankful heart.
You will be enriched in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God.
2 Corinthians 9:11
The Lord himself says that your thanksgiving results in generosity (the desire to give back), and that in return produces even greater fruit of thanksgiving in those who were blessed by your generosity.
It’s a fail-proof system that God created where thanksgiving produces more thanksgiving through generosity; for both the giver and the receiver.
God also said that the reason he continuously enriches us is so that we can be generous on every occasion.
Our focus on God and his blessings in our lives leads us to give thanks through giving back to those who might not have much.
Our generous acts of giving produce even greater thankfulness in the hearts of those in need, and it multiplies thanksgiving that God receives.
Wouldn’t you want to be a part of a never-ending flow of thanks offered to God?
According to the scriptures, it’s as simple as giving thanks by giving back.
While the world focuses on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, as followers of Christ we have a greater goal in mind: becoming a blessing to others this upcoming Giving Tuesday.
This Giving Tuesday consider giving your best gift today to support an Israeli family in great need, newly immigrated Jewish people, Holocaust survivors, or any of the important ministry work we do in the land of Israel… know that your seed will produce a great fruit of thanksgiving!
We wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving!
May you never run out of reasons to thank and praise our Lord Yeshua.