29 November is the First Sunday of Advent and the theme for this day is Hope of the Return of Jesus Christ. It is in Christ alone that our hope is found:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RY4CW5pte98

Being Thankful is often expressed with a smile so here’s something to get you started:

Americans associate Thanksgiving with fireworks, family and food! So It’s no time to be on a diet; in fact on this day we might say ~

Sadly, this is the first year my family has not been able to gather for Thanksgiving Dinner. Still, there is much to be thankful for: Let’s sing Come, Ye Thankful People, Come:
HYMN NO. 1 – COME, YE THANKFUL PEOPLE, COME
youtube link: Come, ye thankful people, come – YouTube

A story of true love that will perhaps inspire us to count our many blessings:
HYMN NO. 2 – COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS
youtube link: Count Your Blessings – Irish Choir – YouTube

SPEAKING OF LIFE – DR. JOSEPH TKACH – THANKSGIVING
link: Thanksgiving 2015 Spol442-480W-1.m4v – OneDrive (live.com)

As fellow workers with Him we need to be prepared, receiving His Holy Word with thanksgiving, so for the Word today, we go to the Sermon Link:

SERMON LINKS: Go here and click on the link there:
https://gracecom.church/index.php

To God who hath blessed us with countless gifts of love, all praise and thanks be to God. Now thank we all our God.
HYMN NO. 4 – NOW THANK WE ALL OUR GOD
youube link: NOW THANK WE ALL OUR GOD – YouTube

I was very tempted by this:

Because sadly, we are still locked-down and socially-distanced, so this may apply:

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