As you approach this Thanksgiving holiday, don’t forget that your “thanks” should be directed toward someone. It shouldn’t be just a vague sentiment. True thanksgiving should be directed toward God, who is the giver of “every good and perfect gift” (James 1:17). Sure, you can and should thank your family, friends, and others who have done things for you. But who gives you air to breathe, beautiful sunsets, or keeps your heart beating? And most importantly, only one has died for your sin. Take time to thank Jesus for what He has done! How can we do that? Through prayer. I know, I said it. “Prayer” is that word that often brings to mind thoughts of boredom. One of the things that we have been learning to do at RCF is to pray the Bible. If you’ve found your prayer life to be a bit stagnant lately, give it a try. In this short video, Dr. Don Whitney gives us practical advice on how to pray the Bible. Click the video below to watch, and then enjoy some time thanking God for who He is and what He has done.