Sermons on Gratitude
The human heart hates the truth that creation teaches because it is too humbling.
Perhaps nothing is more effective in helping children fear God than verbally blessing the Lord in their presence.
What does an all-sufficient God, who owns and controls all things, demand from the creature he has made? That we cease to be great in our own eyes and become small that he might appear great.
How are we supposed to understand and live out the paradoxes of Scripture?
Thankfulness guards our souls because it nurtures humility and kills triviality.
The answer to the most important questions in life is Jesus Christ, God's inexpressible gift to you.
Gratitude is not an act of will power but the glad response of one who acknowledges grace.