The Refrain of Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving comes into our lives each year like a comfortable old friend. There is refrain to it all. But what are the words to that refrain in your life?

In Psalm 136 the refrain is the refrain of God’s grace: “Give thanks…for his steadfast love endures forever.”

I offer this sermon published by Preaching.com as a Thanksgiving resource for you with a prayer that the joyful refrain of your life is now and always, “Thank you Lord Jesus Christ for your grace!”

From yours truly and all of us here at RTS Charlotte: Happy Thanksgiving.

Remember that more pastoral resources and theological reflections, written, audio-visual, are located at:

thecall_rts_edu

 


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About Michael Milton, Ph.D.

Michael A. Milton, Ph.D. (University of Wales, Trinity Saint David's College), is an American Presbyterian pastor, theologian, and author. He is, also, an alumnus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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