There are times that we would like to express our profound gratitude to God for His faithfulness, mercy, and loving-kindness but do not know how best to do it. Many organizations and individuals prefer to host thanksgiving programs with prayers, songs, and feasting to celebrate the goodness of God.
Some other organizations and individuals give thanks to God through charity. Some visit the fatherless, prisons, old people’s homes, and internally displaced people’s camps. They bring gifts, while others send their donations. These kind gestures are ways of saying, “Thank you Jesus.”
The above examples of showing thanks to God are commendable and scriptural, but in all charity work, we should add evangelism as part of the ways through which we give thanks to God. We are aware of the enormous joy that would be provoked in Heaven if one soul is added to the kingdom of God (Luke15:7).
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Source: Christian Post