November 21, 2012

How Thanksgiving Is Celebrated in the Bible

Paul de Vries, Christian Post

The invitation for every one of us to speak our thanks personally to our Creator, our Savior, is a unique and precious gift we Christians especially embrace. And we are grateful for the Biblical revelation that fuels vibrant human-to-divine thanks.

 

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