How Can I Keep from Singing Your Praise?

I know I am loved by the King, and it makes my heart want to sing.

Happy day of thanksgiving.

About Sharon Lindbloom

Sharon surrendered her life to the Lord Jesus Christ in 1979. Deeply passionate about Truth, Sharon loves serving as a full-time volunteer research associate with Mormonism Research Ministry. Sharon and her husband live in Minnesota.
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7 Responses to How Can I Keep from Singing Your Praise?

  1. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

  2. Mike R says:

    Thanks Aaron.My wife and I wish you and your
    family a Happy Thanksgiving as well.
    Thank you Sharon for your articles here.
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your Family.
    Thanks also to you Bill for your dedication,
    Happy thanksgiving!

    I thank God for all of your work to bring the
    message of complete salvation in Jesus to the
    Mormon people.

  3. grindael says:

    Thank you all at MC and Happy Thanksgiving.

  4. setfree says:

    How cool – the Chris Tomlin song in my heart today says:
    My chains are gone
    I’ve been set free
    My God, My Savior
    Has ransomed me…
    Happy Thanksgiving All

  5. We don’t have Thanksgiving here in Australia (with the exception of a few sporadic parties in the US ex-patriot community).

    Thanksgiving, however, is a characteristic of the Christian life. Paul said it best in Col 3:16-17

    Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom, and as you sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God. And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

  6. Mike R says:


    No turkey,mashed potatoes,stuffing,gravy,
    pumkin pie! Oh well. You mentioned the real
    truth concerning Thanksgiving day–giving
    thanks. Approptiate scripture, thanks.

  7. Mike R

    No, we do our mid-winter feasting over Christmas (except its high summer Down Under).

    Thanksgiving is a very American festival (and there’s nothing wrong with that). The original “myth”, with its frontier perspective and providential care for the earliest Pilgrim settlers is affirmative of the American Dream. Its “message” could almost be “We thank you God for your creation of the American Nation”.

    The celebration of Christmas is actually more global; its even celebrated in Islamic countries. Maybe its the heritage of the British Empire. For example, the Indians (in India BTW, not the New World) sometimes say that the British gave them two things; the Railway and Christmas.

    Being European, my calendar is set to Christmas, not Thanksgiving, but I’m conscious of the intermingling of the European myths and the Gospel stories.

    Even so, I wish all our American friends a Happy Thanksgiving.

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