Podcast #358: “A Thousand Thank Yous” by Sarah Kroger

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I’m Michelle Nezat and I hope to inspire you to discover and meditate on God’s Word through the songs you’re listening to on the radio.

Words cannot describe how worthy God is of our adoration and thanksgiving. Sarah Kroger’s song, “A Thousand Thank Yous,” gives God all of the glory as He deserves. It also inspired me to soak in some psalms of gratitude this week.

Incorporate more adoration and thanksgiving into your prayer life this week.

In this episode, I discuss:

  • Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture – this week’s Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include:
    • Praying the Scripture
    • Journal your interactions with Scripture and God
    • Choose one word to meditate on
    • Read the text aloud
    • Slow down
  • The 30 Day Music Challenge – ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE HERE
  • Utilizing the resources over at TheBereanTest.com – A Thousand Thank Yous Review
  • Choosing Psalms of Gratitude with the help of SheReadsTruth.com – Psalms of Gratitude
  • Using the prayer model of A.C.T.S. and focusing on adoration and thanksgiving
  • Logging our interactions with God’s Word in a journal
  • Acknowledging the authority, validity, and claims of God in Psalm 100
  • Asking God to help me tame my tongue so that the words of my mouth are acceptable to Him – Psalm 19:14, James 3:10
  • Filling my heart with God’s Word so that the meditations of my heart are acceptable
  • Looking to the Lord to visibly reflect radiant joy – Psalm 34:4-7
  • Recognizing that God’s plans for and works in my life do not compare to HIM – Psalm 40:5
  • Renewing my sense of awe and wonder in Psalm 66

Check out the official audio of this week’s song below!

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Weekly Challenge

Grab your Bible, thank God for His Word, and dive into five Psalms of gratitude and praise this week — Psalm 100, Psalm 19, Psalm 34, Psalm 40, and Psalm 66. If you find yourself distracted, read the text out loud. Look for one word that jumps out at you in each psalm. Ponder the word and the context of the verse it’s found in. Incorporate your thoughts into your prayers. Discover what you can learn about who God is and what His great acts include. Log your findings in a journal or a notebook as prayers of adoration and thanksgiving. Use this week’s song as a soundtrack for your prayerful efforts this week.

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