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Count Your Blessingsa free Thanksgiving devotion for kids

You will need a bag of candy corn. Make sure you have enough pieces for each child to have three or four kernels for an activity later in the devotion. Raise your hand if you have gone on a trip with your family. Have any of you ever moved away from your house and gone…

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Give Thanks with a Grateful Hearta free Thanksgiving devotion

Editor’s note: We here at CTA are thankful for YOU! As you and those working with you prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, may our Lord Jesus give you an increasing awareness of his love for you and an ever deepening thankfulness for that love. “Eww . . . I hate green bean casserole!” “Cranberry sauce makes me nauseous.”…

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O Give Thanks unto the Lorda free Thanksgiving devotion

Editor’s note: Thanksgiving is coming soon, but there’s still time to order from www.CTAinc.com! Check out the O Give Thanks unto the Lord bookmarks and magnetic calendars. They’re the perfect gifts to hand out after Thanksgiving worship services or outreach events. Would you believe that horses have a nearly 360-degree field of vision? And, believe…

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Give Thanks!a free devotion for this week’s meetings

Editor’s note: It’s time to start thinking about Thanksgiving! Does your church host a Thanksgiving worship service, hand out food baskets, or cook Thanksgiving dinner for the community? Consider sending participants home with a Thanksgiving gift from CTA. Look for magnetic calendars, devotion books, and bookmarks at www.CTAinc.com! How empty life would feel if we…

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Counting Your Blessings Every Daya free Thanksgiving devotion for this week’s meetings

Editor’s note: We encourage you to use this Thanksgiving devotion as you celebrate with your church, your co-workers, and your family. Amidst the turkey and pumpkin pie, take time to reflect on God’s gracious provisions in your life and the wonderful opportunities we have to share our blessings with others. Introduction Lanterns swung in the…

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I Spy!a free Thanksgiving devotion for children

Before the children arrive, create a pair of “Blessings Binoculars.” Cut white paper to size and wrap it around a pair of binoculars, using colorful markers to add the words, “Blessings Binoculars.” Or tape together two cardboard tubes, labeling the homemade binoculars as described above.  You will also need a Count Your Blessings activity bookmark…

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Attitudes of the Hearta free Thanksgiving devotion for this week’s meetings

One night on his way home the great Bible commentator Matthew Henry was robbed. After this unfortunate incident, he recorded this prayer in his journal: “I thank Thee that I have never been robbed before. I thank Thee that even though they took my purse, they did not take my life. I thank Thee that though…

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God’s Worda free devotion for a month of Thanksgiving

Editor’s note: We are now just one month away from Thanksgiving. As you plan your Turkey Day celebrations, we encourage you to live out the next 30 days with a spirit of true thanksgiving—giving thanks to our Lord and Savior who has blessed us beyond measure. With that in mind, why not gather your co-workers…

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A Prayer for Thanksgivinga free devotion for this week’s meetings

Editor’s note: This week’s free devotion includes a prayer/meditation written by faithful pastor Walter E. Schuette who has since gone to be with the Lord. We pray that his witness will encourage you for your own life of witness! Read Deuteronomy 8:10–18, focusing especially on verse 10. Heavenly Father, how wonderfully you provide for your…

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Count Your Blessings

Getting Started Before the children arrive, create a pair of “Blessings Binoculars.” Cut white paper to size and wrap it around a pair of binoculars, using colorful markers to add the words, “Blessings Binoculars.” Or tape together two cardboard tubes, labeling these, “Blessing Binoculars.” Introduction When I hike in the woods or go on vacation…

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