We Give Thanks with Hymns of Gratefulness
If you're too busy to be thankful to God for all of His blessings, then you're too busy! We of Finest of the Wheat Teaching Fellowship are grateful to God for a fruitful year that saw us ministering in Guatemala, Romania, Czech Republic, and central Virginia. We were blessed to be “about our Father's business” — Kingdom Business!
We're also grateful for our newly redesigned Finest of the Wheat website. There are still a lot of “rough edges” to fix; after all, around 500 pages were transitioned from a static-code site to a WordPress CMS (Content Management System). Remember what your “new” residence looked like the evening the moving men drove off in their truck? Boxes everywhere, key items temporarily “lost,” windows needing curtains — it takes a few weeks to get it all sorted out. We'll have the website “all sorted out” by the end of December, Lord willing, so please bear with us!
Newly added to our Thanksgiving offering is an enlightening message from Pastor Percy Gutteridge on The Law of the Firstfruits, the scriptural foundation on which the holiday is based. As of today (15 November 2015) it is the latest in our Grains from Gutteridge podcast series.
We offer the following thanksgiving hymns from our storehouse of Powerful Poetry, the better to share with you worthy expressions of appreciation to God our Provider and Father:
- All Thanks to the Lamb
- Almighty King, Whose Wondrous Hand
- Begin, My Soul, Some Heavenly Theme
- Come, Ye Thankful People, Come
- God Is Ever Good
- My God, I Thank Thee, Who Hast Made
- Now in a Song of Grateful Praise
- Now Thank We All Our God
- Thanks Be to God
- Thanks to God for My Redeemer!
- We Plow the Fields and Scatter
- Yes, God Is Good, in Earth and Sky
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