“Getting ready to feast on all God’s Word is not first an intellectual challenge; it is first a moral challenge. If you want to eat the solid food of the Word, you must exercise your spiritual senses so as to develop a mind that discerns between good and evil. The startling truth is that, if you stumble over understanding Melchizedek in Genesis and Hebrews, it may be because you watch questionable TV programs. If you stumble over the doctrine of election, it may be because you still use some shady business practices. If you stumble over the God-centered work of Christ in the Cross, it may be because you love money and spend too much and give too little. The pathway to maturity and to solid biblical food is not first becoming an intelligent person, but becoming an obedient person. What you do with alcohol and sex and money and leisure and food and computers has more to do with your capacity for solid food than where you go to school or what books you read.” —John Piper
“When God is our strength, it is strength indeed; when our strength is of our own, it is only weakness.” —Augustine
In the United States of America, our presidents have had much to say about Thanksgiving. In this article, learn what those proclamations tell us.
[VIDEO] A good reminder from Dennis Prager to be thankful for what we DO have, not complaining about what we DON’T have—