Give Thanks
Isaiah 12:4

The Upward Look
    © Copyright 2019, Max D. Hutto,

“And in that day you will say, "Give thanks to the LORD, call on His name. Make known His deeds among the peoples; Make them remember that His name is exalted.” Isaiah 12:4 NASB

Looking forward to when God would bring salvation to His people, Isaiah exhorts the people of that day to be thankful to God for His amazing deeds of mercy and grace. He emphasizes that they will call on God’s name in worship and praise. They will also tell one another and tell all people everywhere of God’s salvation. They will remind others that the Almighty Lord God is to be exalted in praise. Trusting Christ as your personal Savior and Lord results in proclaiming thanks to the Lord.

Lord Jesus, with a heart filled with joy and thanksgiving, I praise You for providing my salvation. Help me to tell others why I am so thankful to You.


  November 29, 2019

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