Gratitude, Top 10

Top 10 Bible Verses on Giving Thanks

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Next to Easter and Christmas, there’s no better holiday that Christians could celebrate than Thanksgiving. Scripture reminds us over and over that we have a precious Savior and innumerable blessings to thank God for. Here are ten of my favorite Bible verses about giving thanks. Feel free to share them around on social media or print them out to use in your Thanksgiving decor.

1. Psalm 100:4

ps 100 4

 

2. 1 Corinthians 15:57

1 cor 15 57

 

3. 1 Chronicles 16:8

1 chr 16 8

 

4. Ephesians 5:20

Eph 5 20

 

5. Psalm 69:30

ps 69 30

 

6. Colossians 3:17

col 3 17

 

7. Psalm 79:13

ps 79 13

 

8. 1 Thessalonians 5:18

1 thess 5 18

 

9. Psalm 86:12

ps 86 12

 

10. Revelation 7:12

rev 7 12

 

What’s your favorite Bible verse about giving thanks?

 

12 thoughts on “Top 10 Bible Verses on Giving Thanks”

  1. What is my favorite Scripture about giving thanks? One I grew up praying daily, one that I taught our children, one that still remains a favorite:

    “Give thanks to the Lord because He is good! Because to eternity is His grace.”

    And “when Israel prayed this prayer, amazing things happened: 2 Chronicles 5:7-14; 2 Chronicles 20; Ezra 3:10-11.”

    This posted by my brother (a pastor) [and photo by his son (my nephew) with severe spinal bifida]…

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      1. Sorry, I couldn’t figure out how to post the photo with my comment, so I added it to the comment section on your FB status. Liked the photo & the Hebrew words of this verse. Hope you can check it out on your FB status.

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  2. These verses from one of my favorite Psalms…Oh give thanks to the LORD, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever. Let the redeemed of the LORD say so, Whom He has redeemed from the hand of the enemy, And gathered out of the lands, From the east and the west, From the north and the south. Psalms 107:1-3

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  3. Thanks Michelle! These are just perfect for our pre-Thanksgiving potluck. May you and your family have a blessed and thankfilled Thanksgiving.

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