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Message Subject What did Jesus give thanks for?
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We are told to receive all food with thanks:

1 Tim 4:4

"For every creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving:"

Other places God's people often rejoice and give thanks for the many blessings. This is where the evening prayer before bedtime came from - to give thanks.

In like manner we give thanks for this land, instituted by Christians during the colonial days.

The Lord's prayer you quote is not an actual prayer to be repeated rather is a pattern for prayer. Repetitious prayer is vain and of none effect.

"But when you pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do: for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking." (Mt6:7)
 Quoting: - 14012564

QUOTE; " this land, instituted by Christians during the colonial days." ???? What Christians, the European invaders were murderous heathens.
 Quoting: DGN

Columbus and his mary men Spanish Inquisition killed the natives on Haiti and did similar across the Americas. The Puritan Protestant Christians that founded the British Colonies by contrast made peaceful treaty with the natives, and established Thanksgiving; founders such as William Penn made treaty and got along fine with the natives. (as good as can be)

Two different groups: Catholics and Protestants.

Most of the Indian Wars were after 1776 when the non Christians running Washington DC broke all the treaties. President Jackson marched the natives out of the colonies to reservations out west. The natives had been living in the Colonies protected from Spain out west.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to www.cia.gov (secure)]

[link to www.reformation.org]

The Jesuits were founded by the Spanish inquisition and caused the 1775 revolution and run Washington DC. The Jesuits continue to persecute the natives today.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

So when you say "europeans" you need to be more specific. If any holidays are to be remembered for native genocide it should be Columbus Day.
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