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Prayer, praise and thanksgiving are all rolled together in one. A close association exists between them all. Praise and thanksgiving are very much alike; so it is not easy to distinguish between the two, nor describe them separately.

There are many reasons to be thankful and to praise God. The Psalms are filled with songs of praise and thanksgiving; all pointing to prayer being answered. Thanksgiving really is gratitude. It really is our inward heart-felt gratitude to God for all mercies He has bestowed upon us. Gratitude is an inward emotion of the heart and soul, which rises involuntarily within us; while thanksgiving is our voluntary expression of that gratitude. Thanksgiving is spoken, direct and active. It is words given out to God, which is actually the "fruit of our lips" (Heb. 13:15). Thanksgiving and praise are done in the open, and not hidden.

Gratitude is secret, silent, passive, not showing itself until it is expressed in our praise and thanksgiving. Gratitude is a feeling in the heart; while thanksgiving is the expression of that inward feeling. Thanksgiving is simply giving thanks to God for something He has done for us. It is a "sacrifice of praise" (Heb. 13:15) to God any time we express in words, the gratitude which we feel in our heart for blessings we have received. Heart felt gratitude should not be held back, but always expressed. The gratitude we feel generates our thanksgiving and praise to God for all His mercies.

Praise is showing our gratitude and commitment to God for all the mercies He has bestowed upon us. When we think of all the past mercies and blessings, our heart is inwardly moved. We are grateful to Him. When our prayers are answered, it creates gratitude within us, and that gratitude accompanies a love that gladly declares it. When we consider Godís mercies to us, it not only produces gratitude, but brings about exaltation to God for all that we have and are. Prayer, thanksgiving and exaltation are joined together. Gratitude and thanksgiving looks to the past, and prayer looks to what is to come. Thanksgiving is inspired by things already received, prayer is concerned with things we still need, and expect from Him. Prayer changes to gratitude and praise when the things we have asked for have been given by God. Answered prayer promotes our gratitude and thanksgiving, and praise and gratitude promote prayer; itís a never ending circle!

Gratitude, thanksgiving and praise are completely opposite of grumbling and complaining. Gratitude and complaining never live in the same heart! Unappreciation and indifference cannot reside with gratitude and praise. Being dissatisfied and discontent are enemies of gratitude, thanksgiving and praise. Anyone who complains is ungrateful! God is grieved when we murmur and complain. IF we murmur and complain, we will not praise and thank God. We must not forget God, His goodness and His mercies. We should ALWAYS be thankful (Col. 3:15). Praise and thanksgiving is what we will do in the eternal realm of Heaven; and we will never, ever grow weary of this pleasant task.

Praise to the Father, is Acceptable through Christ. Hebrews 13:15

· His majesty. Psalm 96:1, 6; Isaiah 24:14
· His glory. Psalm 138:5; Ezekiel 3:12
· His excellency. Exodus 15:7; Psalm 148:13
· His greatness. 1 Chron. 16:25; Psalm 145:3
· His holiness. Exodus 15:11; Isaiah 6:3
· His wisdom. Daniel 2:20; Jude 1:25
· His power. Psalm 21:13
· His goodness. Psalm 107:8; Psalm 118:1; Psalm 136:1; Jeremiah 33:11
· His mercy. 2 Chron. 20:21; Psalm 89:1; Psalm 118:1-4; Psalm 136:1-26
· His loving-kindness and truth. Psalm 138:2
· His faithfulness and truth. Isaiah 25:1
· His salvation. Psalm 18:46; Isaiah 35:10; Isaiah 61:10; Luke 1:68-69
· His wonderful works. Psalm 89:5; Psalm 150:2; Isaiah 25:1
· His consolation. Psalm 42:5; Isaiah 12:1
· His judgment. Psalm 101:1
· His counsel. Psalm 16:7; Jeremiah 32:19
· Fulfilling of His promises. 1 Kings 8:56
· Pardon of sin. Psalm 103:1-3; Hosea 14:2
· Spiritual health. Psalm 103:3
· Constant preservation. Psalm 71:6-8
· Deliverance. Psalm 40:1-3; Psalm 124:6
· Protection. Psalm 28:7; Psalm 59:17
· Answering prayer. Psalm 28:6; Psalm 118:21
· The hope of glory. 1 Peter 1:3-4
· All spiritual blessings. Psalm 103:2; Ephes. 1:3
· All temporal blessings. Psalm 104:1, 14; Psalm 136:25
· The continuance of blessings. Psalm 68:19


Thank You for Jesus, our Saviour and Lord,
Thank You for wisdom, that’s in your Word.
Thank You for life that’s everlasting,
Thank You for all Your numerous blessings.

Thank You that You have forgiven me,
Thank You that You have such great mercy.
Thank You for Your grace, that’s always there,
Thank You for Your kind and loving care.

Thank You for Your love, that never leaves,
Thank You for comfort, when I grieve.
Thank You for Your Presence, always near,
Thank You that You have removed my fear.

Thank You for knowledge that You bestow,
Thank You for Truth, you’ve taught me to know.
Thank you for Your Spirit that abides,
Thank You that in You, I can confide.

Thank You for peace down in my soul,
Thank You that sin no longer controls.
Thank You that I am always content,
Thank You for joy, that’s ever present.

Thank You that all my needs You supply,
Thank You, that on You I can rely.
Thank You for pow’r, that won’t let me fail,
Thank You that Your will, shall always prevail.

Thank You that Your Throne I can access,
Thank you that blessings You don’t repress.
Thank You that Christ’s Blood does justify,
Thank You that I have such a Friend on High.

Thank You for the hope that’s within me,
Thank You for my eternal family.
Thank You for the mansion that awaits,
Thank You Lord, for the key to the gate.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Aug.8,2000 # 724

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