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Top 10 Thanksgiving Illustrations

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Top 10 Thanksgiving Illustrations

While grocery stores and supermarkets would like you to think that Christmas is almost here. We at have not forgotten about Thanksgiving. As we look forward to Thanksgiving, we wanted to point you to some of the best illustrations on the topic of Thanksgiving Day. We hope that this list will inspire you as you write and develop your Thanksgiving sermons.

  1. Praise God With Your 23,000 Breaths per Day
  2. A Woman Who Always Prayed the Same Prayer
  3. Grandson Refuses to Express His Thanks
  4. Tim Keller on Unanswered Prayer
  5. Man Born Without Limbs Declares God's Goodness
  6. Contentment is the Secret to 80-year Marriage
  7. Three Images for Gratitude: Soil, Lubricant, and Glue
  8. Henri Nouwen on Being Grateful for Everything
  9. Thanking God in the Midst of ALS
  10. American Pilgrims Were Heroic 'and' Flawed

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Matt Woodley serves as the Editor for and the Pastor of Compassion Ministries at Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, Illinois. He is also the author of God With Us: The Gospel of Matthew (IVP).

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Sylvia Gardner

November 15, 2016  10:08am

I was looking for something to use for our Thanksgiving dinner program at church based on the scripture "In all things give thanks". I came across your site and I am so "thankful" for the ideas that I have found.

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