Happy Thanksgiving to all of my American friends and family! I trust you will enjoy the day giving thanks with friends and family. And don’t worry about a thing out here on the Internet—I’ll hold down the fort.
Ligonier Ministries has a two-part Thanksgiving message from R.C. Sproul you can download for free today.
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Al Mohler: “Thanksgiving is a deeply theological act, rightly understood. As a matter of fact, thankfulness is a theology in microcosm — a key to understanding what we really believe about God, ourselves, and the world we experience.”
Matthew Henry provides 32 reasons we ought to give thanks.
You’ll enjoy this video. Be sure to read the description first (or read this article).
WORLD magazine reports on a study I linked to a few days ago: “The key ingredient for church growth in mainline Protestant denominations is Biblical theology, a recent Canadian study found.”
This Day in 1572. 444 years ago today Scottish Reformer John Knox died in Edinburgh, Scotland. *
It’s a simple question but with no easy answer. Stephen Wellum does a great job answering it here.
Here’s one idea for Thanksgiving: “Thank God that your kids haven’t displayed the athletic prowess necessary to trick you into spending a fortune you don’t have for a dream that will almost certainly never materialize.”
If you want to push yourself a little, read this article on the term “only begotten” and why we shouldn’t abandon it.
This video explains the hidden war that goes on in grocery stores.
It’s okay, you know. You are allowed to enjoy your money. Let’s think it through.
Sin gratifies Satan. When lust or anger burn in the soul, Satan warms himself at this fire.—Thomas Watson