Remember Your Thanksgiving Sacrifice

22 Mark this, then, you who forget God, lest I tear you apart, and there be none to deliver! 23 The one who offers thanksgiving as his sacrifice glorifies me; to one who orders his way rightly I will show the salvation of God! ~ Psalms 50:22–23

Did you get that? God said, “Mark this!” Meaning, listen up. Take note. This is serious. He says I want you to know that the one who offers a thanksgiving sacrifice glorifies me. Oh, but brother Kenny, we don’t sacrifice anymore, remember?

We might not offer animal sacrifice anymore, but we offer spiritual sacrifices still.

The word tô·ḏā(h)): means a confession of thankfulness, i.e., to speak works of personal praise. Or sing a song of thanksgiving. Or to give an expression of the character or acts of a person. To praise or to extol.

You don’t have to kill an animal and sprinkle its blood on an altar in order to offer the sacrifice of thanksgiving. Be thankful in your hearts, and it will be expressive in your words, and you will receive the benefits of being thankful.

Peace. Love. Go Forth and Remember Your Thanksgiving Sacrifice.

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