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"Names in the Bible as to describing the person of Jesus Christ"

He is mighty God, wonderful Counselor, Prince of peace.
He is the eternal logos, the true God, the word of God.
He is holy, the Father of eternity, the only begotten.

He is the door through which a man may find eternal life, He is the bread of life, the resurrection and the life, the eternal life, the light of the world, the way the truth and the life.
He is the good shepherd, the great shepherd of the sheep and the chief shepherd who is coming again.
He is the holy one, Emanuel, Jesus the son of God, the Messiah, the alpha and omega -the beginning and the end, the first and the last-.

He is the living one who is alive for ever and ever, He is the King of kings and the Lord of lords, He is the Lord of all, our great high priest, the Christ, the faithful and true one. He is in the image of the invisible God, ruler of all creation, the creator and sustainer of the universe.

He is our living hope, the hope of glory, our blessed hope.
He is the babe in the manger in Bethlehem, our Saviour, the lamb that was slain, the lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.

And one day -the Bible says- that every creature on heaven and on earth and under the earth and on the sea and all that is in them will sing to him who sits on the throne and to the lamb be praise and honor and glory and power for ever and ever.

About Thanksgiving Day

We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing...

Sing praises to His name, He forgets not His own.
 
It was a tradition started over three hundred years ago, as the Pilgrims and Indians gathered together in thanksgiving and remembrance of God's many blessings.
 
The memory of the enormous sacrifices the pilgrims made and of God's provision for them is a remarkable story of faith blended with spiritual reminders of God's continual care.
 
As you share this moving account with your family and friends, you can begin a new tradition -a tradition of remembering the past and expressing gratitude for the blessings of today...
 
1789 Congressional Proclamation:
"There shall be a day of public Thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God..."
 
A holiday for celebrating faith, family, friends and freedom, Thanksgiving Day is both distinctly Christian and exclusively American, enabling all to recognize God's hand in our history, and express thankfulness to Him for His goodness at all times.
 
The story of the Pilgrim's faithfulness and biblical thankfulness will call our hearts to gratitude. It's a wonderful opportunity to enrich our awareness of our nation's Christian heritage, provide models of courage and sacrifice to people of all ages, and establish a tradition of sharing your gratefulness with one another, which will build a legacy of memories for the future.