- Psalm 98 (VU p.818)
- John 15:9-17
Early Thoughts: We sometimes forget to say it. WE sometimes are better asking for help/money/time than saying thank you for it. We may remember as individuals but as institutions we are not always good at it. And I would argue that the church as a body is one of the worst offenders at times)
And yet if we are in fact called to act lovingly towards each other shouldn't thank-you flow automatically?
This week we will not only talk about WHY we say thank you (or why we should). It is a part of love, a part of recognizing that others have acted out of love, often self-sacrificial love. We will also take time to actually say it. In public worship. On behalf of the congregation.
Time to start building my list.....