Verse of the Day

Psalm 107:8-9 (NIV)

Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing love and his wonderful deeds for mankind, for he satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.

Bible Commentary

Here in the United States today is our Thanksgiving Holiday. It is a time for family to come together, eat too much and express their thankfulness to God for His supply.

Psalm 107:4-7 talks about God leading His people out of the wilderness and how He protected them, and fed them both physically and spiritually.

Psalm 107:8 says Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing love and his wonderful deeds for mankind.

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The Psalmist is saying man should be giving God thanks for getting them through the wilderness safely and for supplying all their needs as they were going through it.

The same can be said for us. We all go through times of hardship, but God is always with us giving us exactly what we need to get us through those difficulties. He may not give us what we want, but He gives all that we need.

Thanksgiving

Verse 9 says for he satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.

God’s leading, provision and deliverance for His people in the wilderness is also a beautiful picture of how He delivers our lost, thirsty, and hungry souls by way of Salvation. Through His Son Jesus, God took our dying souls and gave us everlasting life!

We have so many reasons to give God thanks! He is our Creator, our Father, our Protector, our Supplier and our Savior.

No matter where you find yourself today, take time to simply say “Thank You, God!”

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