A Sacrifice of Praise
A Sacrifice of Praise
Hebrews 13:15
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Sunday Morning Service,  November 30, 2014
 

When we consider giving thanks to God, there are several words that may come to mind, such as praise, worship, and sing. We probably do not think of the word sacrifice. Yet this is precisely the word the writer of Hebrews uses when he calls upon us to “offer up a sacrifice of praise to God.” Why does he use the expression sacrifice of praise? And how do we obey this call as we walk with the Lord?

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