This page provides prayers for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November. Thank you, Lord, for the blessings you have bestowed on my life.
Daily Thanksgiving Prayer
Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to gather with family and friends and reflect on the blessings of the last year. Many of us experience renewed hope and faith during the Thanksgiving holiday because we turn our eyes onto what is most important. What if we spent time each day in giving thanks and prayer? How could God grow out faith and trust if we lived a life of thanks through all seasons and not just Thanksgiving time? When your heart is filled with gratitude, there is little room to worry or complain. We would love to encourage and help you along the way toward greater hope and joy! Below are 20 thanksgiving prayers you can use not only for Thanksgiving day but throughout the year. O Heavenly Father: We thank Thee for food and remember the hungry. We thank Thee for health and remember the sick. We thank Thee for friends and remember the friendless.
A Thanksgiving Day Prayer
Give thanks with these meaningful Thanksgiving prayers that embody what the day is about. Once the table is set with your finest china, the turkey is out of the oven, and everyone is gathered around the table, there's one last thing to do before you enjoy your Thanksgiving meal. Give thanks for the bounty and friends and family with these meaningful Thanksgiving prayers that embody what the holiday is truly about. O Lord, with humble hearts we pray thy blessing this Thanksgiving Day and ask that at table place, where grateful folk say words of grace, that Thou will come to share the yield thy bounty gave to farm and field. We pray thy love will bless, O Lord, each hearth, each home, each festive board; and that Thy peace will come to stay where candles glow, Thanksgiving Day. Our Father in Heaven, we give thanks for the pleasure of gathering together for this occasion. We give thanks for this food prepared by loving hands.
As children of God, so often we fail to see our blessings and give thanks. We look at others who seem to be so happy and crave what they do have. But as a child of God, you are filled with the Holy Spirit who wants to guide and direct your future. You have a future! Do they? So often we wonder off on our own and just turn back to the Lord when trouble strikes.