Sermon About Thanks Jesus!

 Sermon About Thanks Jesus! 

When most people think of gratitude, they generally think of being grateful for something they have in life. They think that showing gratitude will help them find happiness. 

But being thankful the God doesn't only make you feel better; it can also help you improve your life. Being thankful to the Lord lets you see the blessings in life and express your joy to the one Who gave them to you. That way, you can build a happier existence by using the gifts He has given you.

Have We Thanked Him?

  • For He Is Great- Psalm 95:1-3
  • For He Forgives us- Psalm 103:1-5
  • For He Gives us Strength- Psalm 28:7
  • For Everything Else- Ephesians 5:20


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1: Thanks Jesus the Savior of Humanity (John 3:16)

In John 3:16, we are reminded of the sacrificial love of Jesus, who gave His life on the cross for the salvation of humanity. Let us thank Jesus for His selfless act of redemption, which offers forgiveness, reconciliation, and eternal life to all who believe in Him.

2: Thanks Jesus by Unconditional Love (Romans 5:8)

Romans 5:8 assures us of the unconditional love of Jesus, who demonstrated His love for us by dying for us while we were still sinners. Let us express gratitude to Jesus for His unfailing love, which knows no bounds and endures forever.

3: Thanks Jesus by Gifts from Above (James 1:17)

James 1:17 reminds us that every good and perfect gift comes from above, including the gift of salvation, grace, and spiritual blessings. Let us thank Jesus for His generous outpouring of blessings upon us, recognizing that all we have comes from His gracious hand.

 4: Thanks Jesus by Grace and Mercy Renewed (Lamentations 3:22-23)

Lamentations 3:22-23 declares the faithfulness of God's love, which is renewed every morning. Let us offer thanks to Jesus for His abundant grace and mercy, which sustain us day by day and offer us hope for the future.

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 5: Thanks Jesus by Constant Presence (Matthew 28:20)

In Matthew 28:20, Jesus promises to be with us always, even to the end of the age. Let us thank Jesus for His constant presence in our lives, guiding us, comforting us, and strengthening us through every trial and triumph.

 6: Thanks Jesus by Teachings and Life Example (John 13:15)

John 13:15 urges us to follow the example of Jesus, who humbly served others and demonstrated the way of love and compassion. Let us express gratitude to Jesus for His teachings and life example, which inspire us to live lives of faith, obedience, and service.

 7: Thanks Jesus by Access to the Father (John 14:6)

In John 14:6, Jesus declares Himself as the way, the truth, and the life, offering us access to the Father through Him. Let us thank Jesus for being our mediator and advocate, who intercedes on our behalf and grants us fellowship with the Father.

 8: Thanks Jesus by Promises of Eternal Life (John 10:28)

John 10:28 assures us of the eternal security we have in Jesus, who promises to give us eternal life and never let us perish. Let us thank Jesus for the assurance of salvation and the hope of eternal life that He offers to all who believe in Him.

 9: Thanks Jesus by Intercession on Our Favor (Romans 8:34)

Romans 8:34 speaks of Jesus interceding for us at the right hand of God, advocating for us and securing our salvation. Let us thank Jesus for His ongoing intercession on our behalf, ensuring that we are held secure in His love and grace.

 10: Thanks Jesus Worthy of All Praise and Thankfulness (Revelation)

In Revelation, we see Jesus exalted as the Lamb who is worthy of all praise, honor, and thankfulness. Let us join with the heavenly hosts in offering worship and adoration to Jesus, our Savior and King, who reigns forever and ever.
Sermon About Thanks Jesus!

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As we conclude our reflection on why we should thank Jesus, may our hearts be filled with gratitude and praise for all that He has done for us. Let us never cease to thank Jesus for His sacrificial love, His abundant blessings, and His constant presence in our lives. May our lives be a living testimony of thanksgiving to Jesus, who is worthy of all honor, glory, and praise both now and forevermore.

The Greek word to be indebted to someone or to be grateful toward someone.  The Greek word euangelizo means to tell or preach the gospel. Therefore, gratitude is a way to show your gratitude for what God has done for you. It's a way to express your faith in Him by recognizing His role in your life and in the blessings He has bestowed on you.

Revelation 4:11 (NKJV) "You are worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honor and power; For You created all things, And by Your will they exist and were created."

Jesus Christ is none other than the eternal God in a human body – the visible, fleshly manifestation of the Almighty God. Emmanuel, God with us; “the fullness of the Godhead bodily” as Isaiah and Paul have taught us.

Every person and spirit will bow to the name of Jesus. Everyone will bow in exaltation of the saving, reconciling work of Jesus Christ – Jehovah the Messiah who Saves!

Thanks for God is the One who calls the shots in our lives!

Thanks for Jesus made the point that  , He Himself would be lifted up on a cross, and in so doing would draw all people to Himself. This would be their means of redemption and deliverance from the wages of their sins, which is death (Rom 6:23).

Gratitude is an expression of thankfulness toward God for blessings bestowed upon humanity for God. It is an acknowledgment of His providence and a petitionary prayer that He will continue to protect and provide for us in the future. 

Gratitude is a way to acknowledge God's favor in our lives every day. It helps us become more aware of His role in our lives so we can better thank Him. 

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