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  1. In what ways does our thankfulness glorify God? How do we manifest that thankfulness in our lives?

  2. Lesson Plan This Week • I. We’ll examine the peace of God • II. Consider the significance of thankfulness

  3. Lesson Plan This Week • III. Examine the role of psalms and hymns in the early church. • IV. Explore several ingredients involved in our glorifying God.

  4. Lesson Plan This Week • V. Examine ourselves with regard to the level of thankfulness we manifest in our daily lives.

  5. Colossians 3:15-17 • And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to the which also ye are called in one body; and be ye thankful.16 Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord

  6. Colossians 3:15-17 • And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him. • KJV

  7. Colossians 3:5-11 • In this passage of Scripture Paul leads his readers from the predispositions of peaceful unity between believers to the application of the Rule of Christ in every activity.

  8. I. The Peace of God • A. Let the peace of Christ decide, and govern in your hearts, as the judge does in the Olympic contests. judge,

  9. I. The Peace of God • B. Let the peace of Christ act as umpire when wrong passions arise, and let Him • 2 Cor 10:5 restrain them.

  10. I. The Peace of God right with • C. No heart is God where the peace of Christ does not rule. • Phil 4:7

  11. I. The Peace of God • D. When peace is lost, it is proof that one has lost something else; that he has given way to evil, and the Spirit of God. • Eph 4:29-32 grieved

  12. II. Thankfulness • A. Be (become) thankful - for your 'calling.' Thanksgiving is prominent in Paul: he uses the word. forty-one times

  13. II. Thankfulness • B. Not to have 'peace ruling in your hearts' would be practical to God who called us. • Eph 5:1-4,19-20 unthankfulness

  14. II. Thankfulness • C. A spirit of thankfulness, tends to promote harmony and peace and order and gratitude to God for • Phil 4:6 his mercies.

  15. III. Teaching And Admonishing Psalms and hymns • A. were to be regarded as a method of "teaching" and "admonishing;" • Eph 5:19-20

  16. III. Teaching And Admonishing sound doctrine • B. Songs should be imbued with truth and and should elevate the mind, and draw us to God. • James 5:13

  17. III. Teaching And Admonishing • C. Within our homes we are to be full of the in the heart that our mouths would utter hymns of instruction, admonition, and praise. • Deut 6:7 Word of Christ

  18. III. Teaching And Admonishing • D. We make no melody unless we sing with grace in our hearts; unless we are affected by what we sing and believe it with true devotion and • Ps 47:6-7 understanding.

  19. III. Teaching And Admonishing • E. Tertullian records that at the love-feasts anyone who had remembrance of Scripture, or could compose, was invited to to God. sing praises

  20. IV. All To The Glory Of God • A. Whatever you say or do-whether relating to or to religion; do all in the name of the Lord Jesus temporal affairs

  21. IV. All To The Glory Of God • B. We honor him and His authority when is the aim of all our actions and words. • 1 Cor 10:31 His glory

  22. IV. All To The Glory Of God C. We glorify God by constantly His goodness in providing a Savior for our lost and ruined soul. • 2 Cor 5:14-15. remembering

  23. IV. All To The Glory Of God • D. To live in the name of the Lord Jesus obviates the necessity for rules; inward motivation replaces • Gal 5:18 external ones.

  24. IV. All To The Glory Of God • E. His Lordship of the whole of life implies not only a mode of conduct but an life and toward others. attitude toward

  25. IV. All To The Glory Of God • F. When we consciously reflect upon the will of Christ, our actions become an act of to Christ. thanksgiving

  26. V. Application • Thankfulness is important to God. Ps 100:4. Rom 1:21

  27. V. Application • In what ways do you express your thankfulness to God? To others?

  28. V. Application c. To what extent do you see yourself as a thankful person? • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Not at all Somewhat Mostly Constantly

  29. V. Application • D. What do you need to do to improve in the area of thankfulness?