November 3, 2012 – Sermon on “Measuring up to Scriptural Thanksgiving” by Nathan Lawson

Nathan Lawson’s sermon on Measuring up to Scriptural Thanksgiving started out with reading some of the words of 9 of the top ten Thanksgiving hymns. Nathan developed thoughts from these songs.  Nathan continued on to elaborate how Thanksgiving for Christians has to become a lifestyle and the person we are. He asked how our lives were measuring up and how many of us were concerned.

Nathan used the following scriptures: Rom. 6:16-18, Eph. 5:19-21, Heb. 13:15-16, 2:6-7, Ps.26:6-8, Ps. 69:30, and Rev. 7:12

 Listen to audio of the sermon here ->  11-3-12 sermon

Nathan Lawson is an Elder at the Conroe Church of God 7th Day and lives in Conroe, TX.  He is the retired pastor of the Conroe church and was preaching by request.

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2 Responses to “November 3, 2012 – Sermon on “Measuring up to Scriptural Thanksgiving” by Nathan Lawson”

  1. Jeff says:

    Thanks for the sermon this week Nathan. For calling us into rememberance of how our lives should be oriented to a thankful attitude. For taking the time to prepare one more sermon to add to the hundreds if not thousands you have delivered.

  2. Gladys McCoy says:

    I am always amazed that we don’t often realize the blessings that come our way. God is so very good to us, and you reminded us of how our lives should always portray this attitude of “thanks-living.” What a great testimony it would be to others if we always maintained this pleasant, kind, patient, joyful countenance! I understand why we should want to be held accountable for keeping these attitudes uppermost in our lives. Thanks for your message, Nathan, and thanks for the many sermons we have enjoyed throughout the years, as Jeff reminded us. . . . . Gladys

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