The United States, like many other countries, has a traditional holiday of thanks for the blessings our country enjoys. This year, the holiday falls on November 22. Although the origins of the American Thanksgiving go back to an expression of thanks to God by the early English settlers, the day has taken on a number of traditions that have little to do with any remembrance of the Creator. In fact, they have much more to do with celebrating an indulgent lifestyle.
What is a Hebraic understanding of giving thanks? What does “blessing” really mean? Is it simply an easy life with all the trials and difficulties removed? Or is there something more to it that we might have missed? Barry and Mike have some thoughts on the subject that will be of interest.
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