Church of Jesus EM

Mon, Nov 19, 2018

I Am A Thanks Giver

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I Am A Thanks Giver
(1Co1:4; Col3:15)

God is the God of grace.
He gives every good and perfect gift (Jas1:17) and
Lets those who give thanks for His grace enter His gates to eternally give thanks and live (Ps100:4).

Faith is knowing the grace of God given through Yeshua and receiving it.
The life of this faith is always in word or deed giving thanks in the name of Yeshua (Col3:17; 1Th5:18).

The world increases by the day in dissatisfaction, resentment, rebellion and terrorism for
Hades does not give praise to the Lord (Ps6:5) and all this due to the fact that
The ancestor of all men Adam never knew how to be satisfied and was
Deceived by the devil and sinned (Ge3:1-6).
All men thereafter became destined to follow the devil to hell (Mt25:41).

While Cain and Abel gave offerings to God for the first time in history,
Cain’s was not received (Ge4:3-7) for
His gift lacked thanksgiving (He11:4).

The Israelites were delivered from their slavery of 400 years and
God instructed them to give a sacrifice of thanksgiving
In the sanctuary where the name Jehovah was (Lev22:29), which
Reminded them the One who brought them out of their enemies (2Sa22:49).
In spite of this, however, the people complained and so they all fell in the desert and died
Not entering the promised land (Nu14:27-30).
Yet after building the Temple of Jerusalem
Solomon gave thanksgiving offerings there three times a year (1Ch16:4) and
Appointed two great choirs that gave thanks (Neh12:31).

Israel gave thanks toward the Temple of Jerusalem (Ps138:2) for:
1) The name of God, the name of the Lord was near (Ps44:8, 54:6, 75:1);
2) Hearing the righteousness of the Lord, His righteous judgment, His righteous statutes,
the word of the Lord (Ps138:4);
3) All the great wonders He had done (Ps136:1-26); and
4) Being the sheep of His pasture, giving food to all flesh (Ps79:13, 136:25).

But Yeshua said, “Destroy this temple and I will raise it again in three days” (Jn2:19), because
Through the death and the resurrection of the temple of His body,
He would not in the name Jehovah but the Father’s name Yeshua (Jn5:43)
Let them hear not the righteousness or law of Jehovah but the truth,
Deliver from the slavery not of Pharaoh but of sin (Rm6:17),
Rescue not the flesh but the souls.

As He died Yeshua said, “It is finished” (Jn19:30), declaring that He:
1) Gave a sacrifice of thanksgiving to the Father from the roots of the mountains in Sheol (Jnh2:1-9; He1:2);
2) Judged the devil the origin of sin (1Jn3:8); and
3) By grace gave the redeeming blood as gift to all men (Eph1:7).

The heaven that He entered after He resurrected is where
There is only the praise of thanksgiving forevermore (Rev4:9, 7:12, 11:17).
The Holy Spirit who came from there
Lets those who received the grace of God
Be anguished to return to the Lord for all He has done (Ps116:12).

Even if he is seized of everything and loses everything (Hab3:17-18)
The Christian always gives thanks in words or deeds (Col3:17) for
Jesus Christ has now become: My living God;
My Owner who bought me with His precious blood;
My King who reigns in power and leads in triumphal procession (2Co2:14); and
My Father who receives me once I return to Him regardless of the sins I committed (1Jn1:9), who hears me whenever I cry out to Him.

O Lord,
From the moment I open my eyes to the moment I close them
Whether I eat or starve, whether I live or die
Let my lips only utter, “Thank You, Yeshua.”
Thank You for considering me faithful and giving me this duty.
With my life, I thank You and thank You for Yeshua alone. Amen.
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