How to Write a Short, Personal Psalm of Thanksgiving

Updated on November 1, 2017
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For MsDora—teacher, counselor, mother, and grandmother—holidays and family make the perfect blend for good times and pleasant memories.

“Thank God” is such an inherent part of our thinking that even the atheists express it; and the rest of us sometimes say it casually like a kind of slang.

However, when we become seriously aware of our blessings and their source, we feel the need to enter into a meaningful dialogue with God. When we make the effort, for example, at the traditional Thanksgiving celebration, sharing a personal Psalm of Thanksgiving is just one impressive way to make the occasion special.

Thanksgiving Placard at Cracker Barrel in Portland, ME -- Photo by Billy Hathorn
Thanksgiving Placard at Cracker Barrel in Portland, ME -- Photo by Billy Hathorn | Source

In the First Thanksgiving (1621), the pilgrims gave thanks to God for guiding them safely to the New World. William Bradford writes of their celebration in Of Plymouth Plantation:

“Thus they found the Lord to be with them in all their ways,
and to bless their outgoings and incomings,
for which let His holy name have the praise forever,
to all posterity.”

Bradford illustrated parallelism, a distinctive regular feature in the Hebrew psalm.

What Is Parallelism?

Simply put, parallelism is one thought presented in two similar expressions. That is:

  • “All their ways” in Bradford's first phrase parallels “ their outgoings and incomings” in his second phrase.
  • “Forever” in his third phrase parallels “posterity” in his fourth.

After the translations into modern languages, parallelism emerged as the most outstanding characteristic of the Hebrew psalm. Its purpose is emphasis, either by repeating the idea, adding to the idea or opposing the idea. So rhyme and rhythm, though artistic, are not as important in the psalm as the content. Still, bear in mind that a sing-song rhythm may be helpful for people who like to sing psalms.

What about Content?

A psalm is a prayer or a statement of faith in the form of poetry. In addition to the poetic form, here are five content elements which add to the significance of the thanksgiving psalm.

1) Recognize God's Goodness

Begin your psalm with an exciting recognition that God is good beyond your expectations.

“Several of the Hebrew and Greek words translated “thanksgiving” in our English Bible come from the root words for grace,” states Avery Willis, Jr. Our gratitude is a reaction to God’s grace, a gift for which we cannot qualify, or will ever deserve.

Psalm 100 with just five verses, is perhaps the most popular thanksgiving psalm and we can use it (New Living Translation) as a guide. Notice the exclamatory start and the repetition of ideas:

"Shout with joy to the Lord, all the earth!
Worship the Lord with gladness.
Come before him, singing with joy.
Acknowledge that the Lord is God!" (Verse 1-3a)

“Shout with joy,” repeats in “Worship...with gladness” etc; and the psalmist is ecstatic.

"Praise the Lord." --  Photo by Jonathan Lwowski
"Praise the Lord." -- Photo by Jonathan Lwowski | Source

2) Express Gratitude In the Moment

Accept your present situation as a stage in God’s best for you. Don’t reserve your gratitude for the day when you get called back to work, or when you receive the doctor’s results. Express all the gratitude you have at that moment. Be grateful for the life the way it is. Accept it as a matter of fact. The psalmist did.

"He made us, and we are his.
We are his people, the sheep of his pasture." (Verse 3b)

Acceptance reveals your trust, like sheep waiting for guidance from the shepherd, or like dry soil waiting for moisture from the rain. Metaphors add depth to expression.

3) Express Surrender

Some people define worship as our response to who God is, and praise as our response to what He has done. In complete surrender, thanksgiving and praise blend into one and envelops the individual.

"Enter his courts with thanksgiving;
go into his courts with praise." Verse 4a)

Imagine yourself entering the temple with thanksgiving and praise as your companions. They embrace you, you embrace them and they lead the dance. They direct your movements and your expressions. You surrender your entire being—body, soul and mind, mindful that your worship in the temple will continue in your spirit in the events of your everyday life.

Find a way to express this surrender in your psalm. The psalmist described surrender in public worship; a similar description in personal devotional would be just a powerful.

4) List Your Blessings

In this psalm, the psalmist is not very specific about his reasons for praise:

"Give thanks to him and praise his name." (Verse 4b)

However, even in a short psalm, you can list the blessings that stand out in your memory. Be specific which will help you recall the joy of these incidents when you share the psalm or read it again in later years. List whatever strikes you as God's intervention in your situation. Nothing is too small to mention.

  • Safe travel
  • Answered prayer
  • Encouragement from friends
  • Price drop on gas
  • Sale price on an item you couldn't afford otherwise.

Listen to the details of the children's prayer. They list everything like their parents taught them to. Why then, do adults neglect to mention the “little” blessings that they taught the children to give thanks for?

Thank God for everything, every situation, every outcome. If something negative comes to mind, find one good thing in the bad situation to be thankful for. Remember the time you left the refrigerator open for twelve hours? Give thanks that you hadn’t left the stove on instead.

5) Affirm God's Goodness

Whenever you count your blessings, you are inspired to be grateful. The more grateful you are, the more blessings come to your mind. Your head spins until eventually you conclude like the psalmist,

"For the Lord is good."

The psalmist repeats the idea and adds an everlasting time frame.

"His unfailing love continues forever,
and his faithfulness continues to each generation." (Verse 5)

Visualizing God's grace, goodness, love and faithfulness, there is no end in sight. The psalmist ends with the same attitude that you will have after spending the time to compose a psalm: There will always be reason to thank God.

This year, make Thanksgiving more special than ever, by sharing a personal psalm. Who knows? Someone might put it to music, if you don't. No matter what, express your personal thanks!

My Thanksgiving Psalm

Give thanks to the Awesome, Bountiful God!
Who spreads love and kindness all over the universe;
Give Thanks to my personal God
Whose favor toward me extends beyond what I imagine.
Without You I’d be a ship without a harbor;
Because of You, I enjoy safety and shelter in port.
I worship and praise You for showers of blessings:
My physical healing, my peace of mind, the food on my table,
My eighty-year old mother who still keeps me company,
My children, all of whom worship You.
My thanks can never be enough, for You my Omnipotent,
Gracious, Merciful God keeps blessing me;
And I will express my gratitude all the days of my life.

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    © 2011 Dora Weithers

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      • MsDora profile imageAUTHOR

        Dora Weithers 

        10 months ago from The Caribbean

        Patricia, thank you for joining in a psalm of praise. thanks also for the angels. Happy thanksgiving to you and yours!

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        Patricia Scott 

        10 months ago from sunny Florida

        And may I only add..."Amen"....this could be a song...Ms. Dora.... we are indeed so blessed....and His bounties are overflowing and everlasting.

        Angels to you and yours and a happy Thanksgiving ps

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        Dora Weithers 

        11 months ago from The Caribbean

        Jill, this is absolutely beautiful! Your list engages all the senses and then your decision to appreciate without worrying is the perfect climax. Thanks for sharing, Happy Thanksgiving!

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        Jill Spencer 

        11 months ago from United States

        Hi MsDora, I saw this yesterday and thought that while I (finally!) have a few days off I'd start at least one day taking your advice:

        Thanks

        Here I am, God, still searching listening reaching

        hoping for that Damascus moment when the dark mirror clears

        In the meantime

        Thanks for periwinkle snails mulberry leaves frosty mornings hot coffee seashells peppermint autumn leaves dried lavender dappled light on the forest floor and

        wet dog noses nudging me to appreciate your world and stop worrying

        about the meaning of it all.

        Thanks, Dora.

      • MsDora profile imageAUTHOR

        Dora Weithers 

        11 months ago from The Caribbean

        Tamara, I come back to it at least once a year; but we really should write thanksgiving psalms more often.

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        Yancosky 

        11 months ago from Uninhabited Regions

        Oh, I just noticed that I commented twice (well, now thrice...lol), on your inspiring article. There really is only one of me (last time I checked:-) It’s an article worthy of coming back to!

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        Yancosky 

        11 months ago from Uninhabited Regions

        Dora,

        This beautiful post of yours reminds me that I’d like to write my own prayer of Thanksgiving to say especially on Thanksgiving Day.

        I also keep wanting to say CONGRATULATIONS on your award! You deserve it!

        Love & Hugs,

        Tamara

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        Dora Weithers 

        11 months ago from The Caribbean

        Susan, thanks for your kind comment, and a Happy thanksgiving to you also.

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        Susan Ream 

        11 months ago from Michigan

        Dear Dora, such beauty, and gratitude flows through your Thanksgiving Psalm. Your content elements give great direction beginning with our focus on the Father, just like Jesus taught us in The Lord's Prayer.

        Your heart is set on him and you bless me with your words! Love your new profile picture .. your warmth and joy comes through that lovely smile of yours. Happy Thanksgiving dear Dora!

      • MsDora profile imageAUTHOR

        Dora Weithers 

        11 months ago from The Caribbean

        Tamara, thank you for your encouragement. Makes me happy when a reader is positively affected by a post. Very happy when it inspires thanks.

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        Yancosky 

        11 months ago from Uninhabited Regions

        In this world, we need reason to be hopeful, smile, have someone who understands all of our burdens, trust that our loved ones will be protected, and are cared for, and having something to look forward to in passionate anticipation.

        Your post, here, is complete in its ability to share all these things with us, through Jesus Christ. And for this, I thank you! And, above all, I thank our Lord, and Savior, Jesus Christ.

        P.S.- Yes, prayer is Everything!

        Hugs,

        Tamara

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        Dora Weithers 

        23 months ago from The Caribbean

        Irvin, thanks for reading and taking the time to leave a comment. I appreciate you! Happy thanksgiving to you and yours!

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        Irvin Watson 

        23 months ago

        Fantastic piece Ms Dora. And what a beautiful psalm. It's so great to always try to write or capture things we are thankful for the Lord doing when it happens so that we may never forget, that we will always recount the many times He has blessed us and that our very breathe is worthy of high praise. Happy Thanksgiving

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        Dora Weithers 

        23 months ago from The Caribbean

        Thanks, Marlene. Happy Thanksgiving and I know that your psalm will inspire thanks in your entire family gathering.

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        Marlene Bertrand 

        23 months ago from USA

        MsDora, this is by far the most helpful lesson on prayer that I have ever read. I learned a lot with your explanation, so much so that I shall try to compose a Thanksgiving prayer for our family's celebration this year. Thank you for this valuable insight into the Psalm of Thanksgiving.

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        Dora Weithers 

        2 years ago from The Caribbean

        Truth, you speak the truth, indeed. This, written four years ago is a reminder for me too. Happy Thanksgiving!

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        truthfornow 

        2 years ago from New Orleans, LA

        Thanks for the reminders this Thanksgiving. There is so much sadness and trouble in this World, so we have to remind ourselves to be thankful for what we do have. Thanks for the encouragement.

      • MsDora profile imageAUTHOR

        Dora Weithers 

        2 years ago from The Caribbean

        Thanks Audrey. It was written for the holiday, but I hope useful all year round. Happy Thanksgiving!

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        Audrey Howitt 

        2 years ago from California

        Loved this--especially in light of the upcoming holiday

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        Dora Weithers 

        2 years ago from The Caribbean

        On you, too Sujaya. Thank you and a Happy Thanksgiving to your and yours!

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        sujaya venkatesh 

        2 years ago

        God's Grace ample on you

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        Dora Weithers 

        2 years ago from The Caribbean

        Lareene, thank you for your encouragement. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

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        Lareene 

        2 years ago from Atlanta, GA

        You are such a good writer and very inspirational. I enjoy reading your hubs. You are a light along the way. Carry on!

      • MsDora profile imageAUTHOR

        Dora Weithers 

        2 years ago from The Caribbean

        Good Morning, Patricia. As the song says, "Every praise is to our God!" God's blessings on you, too.

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        Patricia Scott 

        2 years ago from sunny Florida

        Good morning MsDora

        It really is all about giving him the thanks and praise, isn't it? In whatever humble we can do so no doubt our Lord welcomes it....

        Hoping you and your family have a lovely Thanksgiving ....

        Angels are on the way to you this morning ps

      • MsDora profile imageAUTHOR

        Dora Weithers 

        3 years ago from The Caribbean

        Wow, Lori. You have a rich pedigree. Thanks for your very kind comments. May God be praised that we can learn from each other.

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        Lori Colbo 

        3 years ago from Pacific Northwest

        Dora, you have wrapped yourself around my heart. Everything I read of yours is a blessing because your precious spirit, your sweetness and attitude of gratitude. Your psalm was beautiful. Thank you for this gift.

        As an aside, William Bradford is an ancestor of mine. My maternal grandmother's middle name was Bradford in honor of him.

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        Dora Weithers 

        4 years ago from The Caribbean

        JTader, we can include as many element as we wish. It's our life and our thanksgiving. Glad you appreciate the article. I appreciate your reading and commenting.

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        jtrader 

        4 years ago

        So many elements of a personal psalm, so many things to think about as we give thanks. Good guide Ms Dora.

      • MsDora profile imageAUTHOR

        Dora Weithers 

        4 years ago from The Caribbean

        RTalloni, thank you for sharing these meaningful thoughts and resources. I appreciate your sharing your reflections on the God-man relationship. Your comment is very helpful.

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        RTalloni 

        4 years ago from the short journey

        The theme of praise before prayer runs through the entire Word of God, bringing us to His Son through the Old Testament into the New Testament, and I have found it to be true that writing about what we have to be thankful for in Him helps us continue to embrace that theme.

        When difficult seasons come into our lives, it is especially important to review what He tells us and consider all that we have to be thankful for if we agree with Him about His Son. A primary example for us is from the book of Job, with Job 13:15 being especially thought provoking.

        By listening to a series on Job from the author of Beyond Suffering: Discovering the Message of Job --

        http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2034692.Beyond_...

        -- I'm getting the chance to give more consideration to the unique relationship God has with man. Continuing to take in the difference between temporary harm that grows, strengthens and heals us, and lasting harm that destroys us is to take huge steps upward. Being able to praise Him for His perfect knowledge of the difference when we face difficult circumstances is huge.

        Behind A Frowning Providence (J.J. Murray) --

        http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/761198.Behind_A...

        -- is a small little book that is another excellent resource we can prayerfully use to help us trust and praise God when suffering is present in our lives, even the kind of suffering that is impossible to comprehend, as with Job.

        Thanks for the opportunity to stop and consider this topic at this time. In the face of your burden for your mother it is good to read of your prepared praise.

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        Dora Weithers 

        4 years ago from The Caribbean

        Jackie, thanks for your encouragement, and for being my friend. God bless you!

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        Jackie Lynnley 

        4 years ago from The Beautiful South

        You always show God's love for us and it is always such a pleasure to read you here...and to befriend you here too!

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        Dora Weithers 

        4 years ago from The Caribbean

        Sam, what a nice thing to say! You encourage me. Thank you and have a great thanksgiving!

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        SAM ELDER 

        4 years ago from Home

        Beautiful ... inspirational and at the same time so personal... Your articles always touch, affect and make people better.. Thank you MsDora

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        Dora Weithers 

        4 years ago from The Caribbean

        LoveDoctor, thank you for your encouragement. I agree with you. Thanks to God is a necessary response from us.

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        lovedoctor926 

        4 years ago

        Beautiful & inspirational. We must thank God for our blessings.

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        Dora Weithers 

        4 years ago from The Caribbean

        Marlene, that's a great conclusion. We can always say, "Thank God" and mean it.

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        Marlene Bertrand 

        4 years ago from USA

        This is so beautiful. It all comes down to one of your final words, "There will always be a reason to thank God".

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        Dora Weithers 

        4 years ago from The Caribbean

        Thank you, DDE. That's my updated look for the 2013 thanksgiving.

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        Devika Primić 

        4 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

        How To Write A Short, Personal Psalm of Thanksgiving beautifully explained and such a lovely photo life should be appreciated

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        Dora Weithers 

        6 years ago from The Caribbean

        Thanks RedElf and DeBorrah! Have a Happy Thanksgiving Season!

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        DeBorrah K Ogans 

        6 years ago

        MsDora, Very inspiring! Great suggestions! This is a lovely Psalm of Praise that you have composed! It's wonderful! We can always find something to be THANKFUL for when we have The Lord in our lives! I Love to Praise The LORD! God truly is FAITHFUl!

        Thank You for sharing, In HIS Love, Grace, Joy, Peace & Blessings!

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        RedElf 

        6 years ago from Canada

        Nicely done, MsDora! I think we can all use a lot more expressions of personal gratitude in our lives!

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        Dora Weithers 

        6 years ago from The Caribbean

        Thanks for commenting, Chosenwoman. Glad you enjoyed this hub. Will post another one on thanksgiving later today. Hope you enjoy that one, too.

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        Chosenwoman 

        6 years ago

        Enjoyed this post MsDora, in today's society we don't hear nor teach much on being Thankful these days, because people seem to think that if they don't have everything then they have no reason to be thankful, but I am so glad my parents taught us at a young tender age to always be thankful for what you have, don't look at what you don't have because you are rich by being thankful...

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        Dora Weithers 

        6 years ago from The Caribbean

        You're truly a worshiper, Jagandelight. It shows in your hubs. Glad you stopped by.

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        jagandelight 

        6 years ago from Florida

        This hub is a great testament to God's love towards us. His goodness and mercy endureth forever and ever for all generation.

        Thanksgiving is apart of my life---Praise be to our God who is faithful to keep us.

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        Dora Weithers 

        6 years ago from The Caribbean

        Eddie-Perkkins, thanks for your comments and your votes. Always a privilege to have you drop by.

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        Eddie-Perkins 

        6 years ago

        Thank you Ms Dora for writing this. It is certainly thought provoking – praise and thanksgiving provoking. Very useful. Vote up and beautiful. ~ eddie

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        Dora Weithers 

        6 years ago from The Caribbean

        You made my day, Dee aka Nonna. Glad you will act on this suggestion. That's exactly how I felt when I wrote mine--that I had to do it that day. Thanks for your encouragement!

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        Dee aka Nonna 

        6 years ago

        I think you know I love the Psalms and I often take various verses to use as mantras that get me throught the day or a situation, etc. I love that you wrote this and suggesting that we write a Psalm of Thanksgiving is wonderful and something I will do before this day has passed. Thank you!

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        Dora Weithers 

        6 years ago from The Caribbean

        Thanks ktrapp, for your votes and your kind encouragement. Hope you find your psalm and be inspired again.

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        Kristin Trapp 

        6 years ago from Illinois

        This was wonderful! In college I had to take an Old Testament course and we had to write a psalm almost as you described. I may look through my old papers and see if I still have it.

        I love the psalm you highlighted for recognizing God's generosity (Psalm 100); it put that wonderfully uplifting song, "Shout to the Lord" in my head. I was very moved by your psalm. It is simply beautiful and so full of thanksgiving and praise. What a perfect way to celebrate the upcoming holiday. Of course I am voting this up and beautiful.

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        Dora Weithers 

        6 years ago from The Caribbean

        Thank you so much, ambassador, for your kind comment. It takes someone who has an amazing heart for God to recognize someone else who does. God bless you!

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        ambassadornchains 

        6 years ago

        Thank you so much for writing this hub! I absolutely love it!! =) I love love love the "Surrender in Worship" section...Not something many people think about when they think of Thanksgiving or "thanks-giving!!" You have an amazing heart for God! Praise the Lord! =)

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