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Lesson: Giving Thanks to God

November 10, 2019

Lesson Focus

All good gifts come from God.

He alone is worthy of

glory, honor, and praise.
We can thank God for

who He is

and what He’s done

when we praise Him

in worship and prayer.

What You Will Learn

  • Describe attributes of God that we are thankful for.

  • Praise and thank God for the things He has done.

Memory Verse

Psalm 100:4

Enter His gates

with thanksgiving,

and His courts with praise!
Give thanks to Him;

bless His name!

The Answers For You

Question: When did time begin?

Answer:

Time began when God started to create everything in the whole universe. He did this “in the beginning” of the Creation Week. According to the Bible, that was about 6000 years ago. Before then, there were no days or weeks or years. It is hard for us to understand, but time, just like everything else God created, including you, had a beginning, and it wasn’t very long ago.

Actually, time did not begin on Day Four. Let's take a look at what Genesis says about that day.

Although the argument is increasingly common, nowhere in the text does it say that time began on the fourth day. Instead, God made the sun, moon, and stars, which can be used to measure time. Time actually began "in the beginning" (Genesis 1:1), or else it would not have been "the beginning," which is a time reference. In fact, "day" is a time reference, and there are three of those prior to day four.

Some respond by pointing out that if the sun, moon, and stars weren't around for the first three days, then there was no way to determine time, so the first three "days" may have been periods of indeterminate length. The problem with this is that God was the one who measured the length of the first three days and He revealed that the first three days were a period of "evening" and "morning," just like the last three days.

God, on the other hand, is infinite. He has always existed, and He is not bound to time, like we are.

In fact, the Bible says that to God a day can be like 1,000 years and 1,000 years can be just like a day. Time just doesn’t mean the same thing to God as it does to us. He’s “outside” of it. We do know, however that He created time on the first day of creation.

https://answersingenesis.org/days-of-creation/but-when-did-time-begin/

Our Prayer

  • 평생 하나님의 말씀과 함께 살아가고 싶어요

  • 하나님 성경책을 더 많이 읽고 하나님 말씀 지키며 살 수 있도록 도와주세요.

  • I pray that I would not act based on my thought, but to act from the foundation of life, Bible.

  • God’s Word is foundation of my life, so let this world's distractions not trick me.

  • I hope that God blesses us with a good future ahead of us and have a happy

  • I pray that I focus on God and know what He is saying through prayer and the Bible.

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