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Pastor Charles Stilwell ULCM


  • The Dwellings Of Thanks
    Thursday, October 5, 2017
    The Feast of Tabernacles is called Sukkot in Hebrew. It’s plural for sukkah, which means a temporary hut. The Israelites would leave their homes and camp out in huts they made out of branches. They would remember the journey that God took them through to bring them to the Promised Land, to appreciate what God had given them. Sukkot is the feast of thanksgiving. As God’s people, we have to give thanks for what we’ve been taken from and what He’s given us. Often, we come to the Lord rejoicing for what He’s done and then forget and take our blessings for granted. It’s really important to remember when you first came to the Lord, to stop and give thanks to God for what you have. Remember what you had before the joy, before you had hope and faith. Get away with God and give thanks for all your blessings so you can be blessed again. Write down your blessings. Give thanks to Go d. Get into your sukkah, your hut. Take nothing for granted and you’ll continue to receive the blessings. Happy Feast of Tabernacles!
    From Message #1070 - The Practice of Thanks
    Scripture: Col. 3:17
    TODAY'S MISSION - Today, take time to remember and meditate on all that God has carried you through in life and give thanks.
    Rabbi Jonathan Cahn