From Dr. Dobson to David Jeremiah, Christian & Jewish Leaders Offer Thanksgiving

A number of top ministry leaders are offering words of gratitude to God during this Thanksgiving season. From Evangelist Greg Laurie to Dr. James Dobson, they’re fixing their focus on the Almighty, and their words ring true for all of us. Happy Thanksgiving!

“Giving all glory, honor, and praise this Thanksgiving to the One from whom all blessings flow. May we never cease to be amazed at the constant love and kindness of our Heavenly Father.” – Dr. David Jeremiah, Turning Point Radio and Television Ministries

“Today I’m thanking the God who blesses us beyond our wildest dreams each and every day. He alone is the source of all victory, deserving our gratitude today and every day.” – Pastor Matthew Barnett, The Dream Center

“Let’s give thanks today, not just for what we’ve been given, but for the Giver himself. He is the sovereign ruler of our world, and yet he is gracious and kind and overflowing with love for his children. It’s this great truth that makes me thankful both now and for eternity.” – Pastor Ray Bentley, Maranatha Chapel

“Sending a Thanksgiving Day blessing to my dear friends in the U.S. We are so grateful for your friendship and support for the people of Israel. Praise God for He is good! America, be blessed today!” – Yael Eckstein, International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

“My prayer this Thanksgiving is for each of us to set aside divisions and reflect with grateful hearts on what we have in common. The truth is that despite being physically together for the holidays, families often are anything but ‘together.’ Old fights, grudges, hurts — even politics — put distance between many of us and our families. Yet, as followers of Jesus, we are called to a ministry of reconciliation, and that ministry can begin at a Thanksgiving table. If we do so then I know the many blessings we have in this country will come into clear focus, humbling us to pursue again in love one of the most basic Thanksgiving blessings — togetherness as one American family.” – Evangelist Nick Hall, PULSE

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