You asked: What does I thank God for you mean?

Can u say thanks God?

The same way it’s technically possible to say: Thanks, God! as an informal way of saying ‘thank you’ to God, as though you were speaking with him/her in person.

What should I say to thank God?

Thank You God Quotes

  • “Thank you God for everything in my life. …
  • “It’s really nice to wake up in the morning realizing that God has given me another day to live. …
  • “Thank you, dear God, for this good life, and forgive us if we do not love it enough.” — …
  • “Thank you God for giving me the strength to keep going.” —

Why must we be thankful to God?

We take for granted what God has given to us and focus on what God has not given to us. We may feel that God only exists when everything goes our way. Let us recount the many things for which we owe our gratitude to God, the Giver. … For this, we should thank God.

What’s the difference between thank God and thanks God?

3 Answers. “Thanks” is an abbreviation of “thank you”, so “Thanks, God” would be saying thank you as if speaking to God itself. “Thank God” is a phrase spoken to someone else, suggesting that they are thankful to God for their good fortune.

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Do I Say A God or the God?

“A god” is similar, but usually only ruling over one aspect of life and the universe, and with supernatural (but finite) attributes – so, to say “the god” requires a defining phrase as thar explained. “the god of the storm”, “the god who controls the harvests”, “the lightning god”, “the god of the volcano”.

Why is it wrong to thank God?

3 Answers. “Thanks” is an abbreviation of “thank you”, so “Thanks, God” would be saying thank you as if speaking to God itself. “Thank God” is a phrase spoken to someone else, suggesting that they are thankful to God for their good fortune.

What is the simplest way to play thanks to God answer?

Answer: Pray with all your love and feelings to thank god.

How can I be thankful to God in all circumstances?

14. Philippians 4:6-7. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.