All praise to God for the birds of the air, the fruit of the field, and interstellar space. We praise you for all that is past and trust in you for all that is to come. For our history and our future we give thanks unto the Lord.
All praise be to God for the harvest. May we be good stewards of your bounty.
Thankfulness should be a constant state of being, but during this season of Thanksgiving, we take special pause to give thanks. All love comes from you, O Lord. Teach us to love. For our families and all who work to knit us in love, we are grateful.
All praise be to the Living God. May we be good stewards of your bounty.
God, our Provider, we give thanks for the places we call home. For nations and motherlands, cities, and neighborhoods, places to lay our heads and tables blessed with food, we give you thanks.
All praise be to the Loving God. May we be good stewards of your bounty.
We are a colorful nation of workers and dreamers, whether we came willingly or in chains. Aid us Lord, as we continue to challenge this nation to live up to its promises of freedom, opportunity, and equality. Help us as we continue to be the conscience of our land, guardians of civil rights and human dignity.
All praise be to the Holy God. May we be good stewards of your bounty.
Thank you for jobs and the possibility of jobs. Thank you for well-being and the guardians of our well-being. Thank you for your church and our church family, for our pastor, ministers, and elders. For laughter, joy, and the beauty of the earth, we give thanks.
All praise be to the Most High God. May we be good stewards of your bounty.
Now unto your Son, who made one perfect sacrifice for all, we give triumphant thanks. For his shed blood and its redemptive power, we rejoice. We are grateful that from your hand we receive daily sustenance and love that is more than we expect or deserve.
All praise to God for the harvest. We give thanks to him. For God has done great things. “For the Lord is good; his steadfast love endures forever, and his faithfulness to all generations” (Psalm 100:5).