Celebrate 30 days of thankfulness with your kids. The printable Thanksgiving Bible Verse Calendar has 24 sets of thanksgiving Bible verses.
Do you ever struggle with your kids complaining? Do you wonder why they’re not more grateful?
I do too.
In fact, I struggle with the propensity for grumbling and complaining in myself all the time.
When it comes to my children complaining, I have to stop and ask myself–am I training them to be grateful for the blessings the Lord has given them? Am I helping them understand what Scripture tells us we should thank God for? Have you?
I know you’re working through Bible Road Trip™ with your kids (Right? Of course!), but I also know you probably have another 10 minutes a day–at lunch or dinner or bedtime–that is just perfect for a devotional time of reading a few short Bible verses or passages, and praying.
I’ve put together a Thanksgiving calendar with 24 days of Bible verses that will help your family focus on something new each day to thank God for.
Psst! The Thanksgiving Calendar is FREE!
Thanksgiving Bible Verses
Our children aren’t just born knowing what they should be thankful for and why. Neither are we. In fact, the Bible outlines for us many things we can be grateful for, and it tells us to thank God for his many blessings and who he is.
With the Thanksgiving Calendar, your kids will spend 24 days focusing on a new thing to thank God for each day. There are Bible verses for thanksgiving and praise, and Bible verses that speak of the blessing that we can thank God for.
They’ll thank the Lord for:
- Our Salvation
- God’s Mighty Deeds
- The Holy Spirit
- Help in Temptation
- And more!
Hey! There’s a FREE Thanksgiving Calendar in this post.
Thanksgiving Bible Verse Calendar
We can teach our kids to love the Lord and to thank him for the blessings he has given us by leading them to his Word every day.
You’ll find that the Thanksgiving Calendar only has 24 days on it. That is to give you a day off each week, when you attend worship and rest in God’s goodness.
To download your Thanksgiving Calendar with Bible Verses, just hop on over to the store, put it in your cart, and check out. Print it on cardstock for your family–and a copy for each of your Sunday School kids!
Celebrate 30 Days of Thankfulness Every Year
Frame your Thanksgiving calendar, and display it every year for use during November. Make this a tradition that will last!
Beginning November 1st, read that day’s Scripture readings–six readings per week. I recommend find a time each day to read with your kids, like at breakfast or at dinner. That way, you won’t forget to read together.
Have your kids help you locate the Scriptures in the Bible. Take turns reading a paragraph each and discuss what you learned about the Incarnation of Christ that day!
Don’t miss out on this great printable Advent Calendar craft. Your family will love having multiple reminders to study the Incarnation of Christ!
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