The gospel of grace reconnects our feelings of thankfulness to the Giver of every good gift.
Every aspect of life can be lived for the glory of God, including buying a house.
Grace leads us to “give thanks always and for everything” (Eph 5:20).
Virtually everything can be done to the glory of God, including eating and drinking.
Two Grinches threaten to steal Christmas each year, and there’s only way way to fight them.
Thanksgiving means God is good, Jesus is Lord, the company is kind-hearted, and the potatoes are hot.
If Jesus were born today, would Mary get an epidural? Don’t laugh. It really matters.
We’re called to eat whatever is set before us, and to do it with gratitude. It’s all grace.
When you see that all of life is grace, then everything we have is better than we deserve.
God cares more about how we eat than what we eat: for no food is to be rejected if it is received with thanksgiving.
The gospel teaches us to say, “God is great. God is good.”