Content Tagged: Thanksgiving
We are called to be light in a dark world through the power of the Holy Spirit in us. But to be a light, we must flee the darkness by practicing the discipline of gratitude.
At important moments in their history, the people of Israel paused to remember God's faithfulness and prepare for what was ahead of them. This week, we pause to thank God for His faithfulness to Grace Creekside and to look ahead with joy to all that He has in store for us....
If we know Jesus, we are called to run from the darkness of sin, and to walk in the Light of Christ's love. Instead of sin, God wants us to pursue holiness. The best antidote to sin is to flood our hearts and minds with praise and thanksgiving.
Our natural tendency is to make far too much of our disappointments in life and far too little of our blessings. Psalm 103 challenges us to flip that ratio around and focus on God's great power and grace. Discover the power of gratitude.
By choosing to set our minds on what we have, rather than focusing on what we do not have, our character is transformed. And we always have something to be thankful for. If for nothing else, we can give thanks for the complete forgiveness of our sins and eternal life through...