Giving thanks and being able to share that thanks with others is healthy for you. But I would argue it’s vital for a household, especially the household of God. Once you lose your thankfulness, then you lose sight of the one who is the giver of every good and perfect gift (James 1:17). And especially then you lose sight of how the giver of every good and perfect gift is able to make all things (both good and bad) work for the good of those who love him (Rom 8:28). So I would like to point our eyes to God this Thanksgiving season and encourage you to join us this afternoon for sharing what we are thankful for. Let’s begin a new culture of giving thanks within our congregation so that it carries over beyond just this Thanksgiving season.
Rev. Daevid Yoon