At Thanksgiving, we give thanks as we should for things we once enjoyed or for things we currently enjoy. But, eventually, all good things come to an end! We should remember to give thanks for the imperishable things cannot be destroyed—things that cannot perish, spoil, fade, or burn. They can’t even get lost because they are kept in heaven for us (I Peter 1:4). Hebrews 12:28 says we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken. In Luke 10:20 Jesus told disciples who were elated because of their success, to rejoice that their names are written down in heaven.

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