Daily Devotional

Our Daily Bread Devotional 25 November 2021 | A Thankful Heart

Our Daily Bread | A Thankful Heart

Our Daily Bread Devotional 25 November 2021 | A Thankful Heart

Our Daily Bread Devotional 25 November 2021 | A Thankful Heart

Thursday 25 November 2021, read devotional of Our Daily Bread titled A Thankful Heart written by Bill Crowder. This message teaches the importance of being thankful at every given time.

Share today devotional of Our Daily Bread for Thursday 25th November 2021 with your family and friends to partake in the blessings. Jesus loves and cares for you.

  • Our Daily Bread Devotional 25 November 2021

Topic: A Thankful Heart


Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. Colossians 4:2

Today’s Scripture: Colossians 4:2–6

Seneca, the great philosopher of ancient Rome (4 bc–ad 65), was once accused by the empress Messalina of adultery. After the Senate sentenced Seneca to death, the emperor Claudius instead exiled him to Corsica, perhaps because he suspected the charge was false. This reprieve may have shaped Seneca’s view of thankfulness when he wrote: “homicides, tyrants, thieves, adulterers, robbers, sacrilegious men, and traitors there always will be, but worse than all these is the crime of ingratitude.”

A contemporary of Seneca’s, the apostle Paul, may have agreed. In Romans 1:21, he wrote that one of the triggers for the downward collapse of humankind was that they refused to give thanks to God. Writing to the church at Colossae, three times Paul challenged his fellow believers in Christ to gratitude. He said we should be “overflowing with thankfulness” (Colossians 2:7). As we let God’s peace “rule in [our] hearts,” we’re to respond with thankfulness (3:15). In fact, gratitude ought to characterize our prayers (4:2).

God’s great kindnesses to us remind us of one of life’s great realities. He not only deserves our love and worship, He also deserves our thankful hearts. Everything that’s good in life comes from Him (James 1:17).

With all we’ve been given in Christ, gratitude should be as natural as breathing. May we respond to God’s gracious gifts by expressing our gratitude to Him. By: Bill Crowder

Bible in a Year: Ezekiel 24–26 1 Peter 2

REFLECT: What are some of the biggest, most enduring blessings you’ve received in life? What everyday blessings have you experienced that are often easy to forget?


Loving Father, forgive me for the times I’ve taken You and Your blessings for granted. Create in me a thankful heart, so I’ll honor and praise You for all You’ve done and are doing.

Join NSPPD live Stream Today

Thank you for reading Our Daily Bread Devotional 25 November 2021 titled A Thankful Heart. Have a great day.

Our Daily Bread Devotional 24 November 2021

Related Articles

Back to top button