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Prayer of Agreement Again I say to you, that if two of you agree on earth about anything that they may ask, it shall be done for them by my Father who is in heaven. (Matthew 18:19) ________________________________ A Prayer For Daily Thanksgiving Father, I come to You in the name of Jesus. With the help of the Holy Spirit and by Your grace, I join with the heavenly host making a joyful noise to You and serving You with gladness! I come before Your presence with singing! Father, I enter into Your gates with thanksgiving and present an offering of thanks. I enter into Your courts with praise! I bless and affectionately praise Your name! For You are good, and Your mercy and loving-kindness are everlasting. Your faithfulness and truth endure to all generations. It is a good and delightful thing to give thanks to You, O Most High. Lord, help me draw thanksgiving forth from my innermost resources; reach down into the most secret places of my heart that I may offer significant thanksgiving to You, Father. I am grateful for the victories and achievements I have experienced in spite of my hurts. You used them for good even though Satan intended them for my destruction. Thank You for Your grace, which is teaching me to trust myself and others. Thank You for life—life in all its abundance. I thank You for Your Word. Life is exciting, and I am grateful that I am alive for such a time as this. Thank You for past and present relationships. I learn from those who oppose me and from those who are for me. Thank You for giving me discernment and spiritual understanding. I enter Your gates with thanksgiving in my heart. I rejoice in You, Lord, and give thanks at the remembrance of Your holiness. Amen, and amen.
What should be the focus of Christians on Thanksgiving? The original thanksgiving celebration was held by the Pilgrim settlers in Massachusetts during their second winter in America in December, 1621. These Pilgrims, seeking religious freedom and opportunity in America, gave thanks to God for His provision for them in helping them find 20 acres of cleared land, for the fact that there were no hostile Indians in that area, for their new found religious freedom, and for God’s provision of an interpreter to the Indians in Squanto. From that time forward, Thanksgiving has been celebrated as a day to give thanks to God for His gracious and sufficient provision. Scripturally, we find things related to the issue of thanksgiving nearly from cover to cover. Individuals offered up sacrifices out of gratitude in the book of Genesis. The Israelites sang a song of thanksgiving as they were delivered from Pharaoh's army after the crossing of the Red Sea. Later, the Mosaic Law set aside three times each year when the Israelites were to gather together. All three of these times involved remembering God’s provision and grace. The book of Psalms is packed full of songs of thanksgiving, both for God’s grace to the Israelite people as a whole through His mighty deeds, as well as for His individual graces to each of us. In the New Testament, there are repeated admonitions to give thanks to God. Thanksgiving is to always be a part of our prayers. Of all of God’s gifts, the greatest one He has given is the gift of His Son, Jesus Christ. For this gift of His Son, the gift which meets our greatest need, the Apostle Paul says, "Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift!" (2 Cor.9:15). We, like the Pilgrims, have a choice. May He find us to be His grateful children.