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Katherine Johnson - November 12, 2017



Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Likewise, are we to share thankfully or thankfully share? Is our sharing an act of obedience that works to produce thankfulness in us, or is thankfulness the well from which we share? Yes! We see in scripture that at times making the hard choice of gratitude sets the stage for God's provision (see Daniel 6:10) while other times it's God's unmerited blessings that moves us to praise and thankfulness (Luke 17:11-19).

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Post-It Notes. Reminder function on an iPhone. Setting a timer. Leaving your car keys on top of the items in the office 'frig that you need to take home (Seriously...it works.) These are just a few of the things we use to help us remember things; to make sure we don't forget. Believe it or not, the Bible is another source of "don't forgets": don't forget the Lord, forget not all of His benefits; don't forget to do good; don't forget to share. As we begin our new sermon series this Sunday, "Share", we will start by looking at why in the world God would see a need to place a reminder in scripture for us to share? I mean, we're all adults, not 3 year olds. Shouldn't we know better by now? Shouldn't we??

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