November 27th, 2011 Eucharisteo Thankfulness

We take a break from the book of Mark this week and our Creative Arts Pastor, Jesse Craig give a message on Eucharisteo Thankfulness. Giving thanks brings joy and protection, as well as being a weapon for our heavenly warfare.

If you want a study tool to go along with the podcast, see Lift Notes here:

Eucharisteo Thankfulness

Thankfulness comes from the word Eucharisteo

“charis” means _________, ___________, or ___________________

The derivative of charis is “chara”, which means joy

Deep joy is found at the table of the eucharisteo, the table of ____________________

Psalm 92:1 “It is good to give thanks to the Lord and to sing praises to Your name.” Good is also translated ________________.

1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

Give thanks in all circumstances

_______ not _______ every circumstance

Thankfulness is a ____________ for our lives

1 Chronicles 16:4 David appoints some to thanks and praise. It was their dedicated job.

We take ground through our ______________ but we also need to maintain that ground through our ___________.

Thankfulness is ___________________.

Daniel 6 in the lion’s den. Daniel established protection because he regularly gave thanks.

Philippians 4:6 “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be known to God”

When we come in prayer, we ____________ the victory and healing.

There’s a certain point where we have to apply thanks before results.

___________ says I’m gonna thank You for provision I haven’t seen yet.

Hebrews 11:1 “Faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.”

Verse 7 of Philippians 4 tells us that a “peace that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds through Jesus Christ.”

Thankfulness precedes the _______________.

John 6:11 Jesus took the bread, gave thanks and fed 5000

John 11:41 Outside the tomb of Lazarus, Jesus prays “thank You that You have heard me” and raises Lazarus from the dead.

Matthew 26:26-29 Jesus takes the bread and a cup, gives thanks and passes to His disciples. Then He endures the cross for the joy set before Him.