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Call To Discernment

Calling Christians to Biblical Christianity. Christians must have discernment in all areas of life in this end time of deception, realizing also that American leadership of both political parties are leading us into the New World Order of the coming antichrist. Do not be conformed to this world. Rom. 12:2. Expose the deeds of darkness. Eph. 5:11. "He that is not zealous against error, is not likely to be zealous for truth." J.C. Ryle ----- [NEW AND IMPROVED BLOG UNDER CONSTRUCTION] 

November 25, 2015

7:44 PM - Giving Thanks Should Be An Everyday Experience

Much of my physical life has been hard but my spiritual blessings have been beyond measure. As I look around at the multitude of blind sheeple that haven't got a clue as to what life is about and how they are being manipulated by the elite followers of Satan I cannot help but have an attitude of thanks everyday. Even most so-called Christians are following the same broad path to destruction. Very, very few genuine Christians are trying to follow the Lord first and foremost. God in his mercy chose to save me and give me light. Why me? I didn't deserve it, never did and never will. And I still mess up far too much but he doesn't give up working on me.


Give Thanks to God and Sing His Praises

by Nathele Graham

"Oh that men would praise the LORD for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men!" (Psalm 107:8).

We learn at a young age to say "Thank You" for simple things like a cookie or a toy. Hopefully gratitude becomes a habit that carries over into our adult life. Children aren't always truly thankful and often feel they deserve a gift given to them, but still they need to learn to say those words of thanksgiving. So do Christians.

We should never take God's love for granted. Do you ever tell Him, "Thank You?"

King David wrote "...It is a good thing to give thanks unto the LORD, and to sing praises unto thy name, O most high" (Psalm 92:1).

That almost seems like an understatement. It is a good thing to give thanks to the Lord. It is a very, very, very good thing. God gives us the air we breathe, the water we drink, sunshine, jobs, food...everything comes from Him. He gave us our salvation. As His children, we need to thank Him more and complain less.

"Let every thing that hath breath praise the LORD. Praise ye the LORD" (Psalm 150:6).

David knew how to praise God and the psalms are filled with gratitude for all He provides. You might think it was easy for David to be thankful because he was a king, but he had many troubles and fell short of honoring God many times.

King Saul wanted to kill him, his children were rebellious, he fought many battles with men and giants, and then there was that adultery incident where David made sure the woman's husband died in battle. That doesn't sound like a poster boy for honoring God!

David was human and had troubles just like we do today, but he always went to God for forgiveness and with praise. Many of the Psalms he wrote are filled with thanksgiving and praise. One of the most joyous psalms is the one he wrote after bringing the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem.



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