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Brian Reynolds November 24, 2016 at 10:49 pm

Amen Pamela,
Thanks for the History lesson about Thanksgiving. I’ve got fond memories of heading to the Plymouth Plantation around this time of year as a child (having grown up in Massachusetts,) where actors would be living the life of a pilgrim as close to the real thing without actually living there.

When we examine what those people went through, and look at our toughest times today, individually speaking, we’ve got more to be thankful for than ever. Even through our toughest times, the Father’s still got things working for us in one way shape or form. He is worthy of all praise and all thanks!!
Great article, and God bless you!
Brian

Pamela Rose Williams November 29, 2016 at 1:30 pm

Thank you for the words of encouragement Brian. It was my pleasure to share a little history and help us all to remember that Thanksgiving holiday is more than just a time to enjoy good food, friends and family.

Ralston November 25, 2016 at 11:29 pm

I’m Jamaican and we don’t have a national holiday for thanksgiving but in some of our churches we do celebrate harvest, which amounts to giving God thanks for being our provider. I believe that a thankful heart inspires true Christian worship in that, once we start to focus on the goodness of God towards us it hard hard not to fall madly in love with Him. Great Article, and Happy Thanksgiving to you and your readers. true thanksgiving is born of faith and faith will always move God in your direction….

Pamela Rose Williams November 29, 2016 at 1:33 pm

Hello Ralston, Thank you for your kind words and for letting us know about what happens in Jamaica. I love how even in a country that does not have a national holiday we still find folks who know in their heart that they need to give thanks to the One who provides the harvest. Blessings to you!

Loveth September 10, 2017 at 4:40 pm

Thanksgiving is a great day.May Christ Jesus be blessed;I enjoy it with friends,family and the church.





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