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THAN, adverb This word is placed after some comparative adjective or adverb, to express comparison between what precedes and what follows. Thus Elijah said, I am not better than my fathers. Wisdom is better than strength. Israel loved Joseph more than all his children. All nations are counted less than nothing. I who am less than the least of all saints. The last error shall be worse than the first. He that denies the faith is worse than an infidel.
After more, or an equivalent termination, the following word implies less, or worse; after less, or an equivalent termination, it implies more or better.
THANE, noun The thanes in England were formerly persons of some dignity; of these there were two orders, the king's thanes, who attended the Saxon and Danish kings in their courts, and held lands immediately of them; and the ordinary thanes, who were lords of manors, and who had a particular jurisdiction within their limits. After the conquest, this title was disused, and baron took its place.
THA'NE-LANDS, noun Lands granted to thanes.
THA'NESHIP, noun The state or dignity of a thane; or his seignory.
THANK, verb transitive
1. To express gratitude for a favor; to make acknowledgments to one for kindness bestowed.
We are bound to thank God always for you. 2 Thessalonians 1:3.
Joab bowed himself and thanked the king. 2 Samuel 14:22.
2. It is used ironically.
Weigh the danger with the doubtful bliss,
And thank yourself, if aught should fall amiss.
the properly eucharistic offering among the Jews, in its theory resembling the meat offering and therefore indicating that the offerer was already reconciled to and in covenant with God. Its ceremonial is described in (Leviticus 3:1) ... The peace offerings, unlike other sacrifices, were not ordained to be offered in fixed and regular course. The only constantly-recurring peace offering appears to have been that of the two firstling lambs at Pentecost. (Leviticus 23:19) The general principle of the peace offering seems to have been that it should be entirely spontaneous, offered as occasion should arise, from the feeling of the sacrificer himself. (Leviticus 19:5) On the first institution, (Leviticus 7:11-17) peace offerings are divided into "offerings of thanksgiving" and "vows or freewill offerings;" of which latter class the offering by a Nazarite on the completion of his vow is the most remarkable. (Numbers 6:14) We find accordingly peace offerings offered for the people on a great scale at periods of unusual solemnity or rejoicing. In two cases only
peace offerings are mentioned se offered with burnt offerings at a time of national sorrow and fasting.
THANK'ED, participle passive Having received expression of gratitude.
THANK'FUL, adjective Grateful; impressed with a sense of kindness received, and ready to acknowledge it. The Lord's supper is to be celebrated with a thankful remembrance of his sufferings and death.
Be thankful to him, and bless his name. Psalms 100:4.
THANK'FULLY, adverb With a grateful sense of favor or kindness received.
If you have liv'd, take thankfully the past'.
Should be offered:
1 Timothy 1:12
In the name of Christ
In behalf of ministers
2 Corinthians 1:11
In private worship
In public worship
1 Thessalonians 5:18
For the gift of Christ
2 Corinthians 9:15
For Christ's power and reign
For the reception and effectual working of the word of God in others
1 Thessalonians 2:13
For deliverance through Christ, from indwelling sin
For victory over death and the grave
1 Corinthians 15:57
For wisdom and might
For the triumph of the gospel
2 Corinthians 2:14
For the conversion of others
For love exhibited by others
2 Thessalonians 1:3
For the zeal exhibited by others
2 Corinthians 8:16
For nearness of God's presence
For appointment to the ministry
1 Timothy 1:12
For willingness to offer our property for God's service
1 Chronicles 29:6-14
For all men
1 Timothy 2:1
Expressed in Psalms
1 Chronicles 16:7
Saints exhorted to:
Offer sacrifices of
Abound in the faith with
Magnify God by
Come before God with
Enter God's gates with
Of hypocrites, full of boasting
The wicked averse to thankfulness
Genesis 32:10; Genesis 48:11; Genesis 48:15-16; Exodus 15:1-21; Numbers 21:17-18; 1 Kings 8:56; 1 Chronicles 29:14; Ezra 7:27; Psalms 9:1-2; Psalms 9:4; Psalms 13:6; Psalms 22:23-25; Psalms 26:7; Psalms 28:7; Psalms 30:1; Psalms 30:3; Psalms 30:11-12; Psalms 31:7; Psalms 31:21; Psalms 35:9-10; Psalms 35:18; Psalms 40:2-3; Psalms 40:5; Psalms 41:11-12; Psalms 44:7-8; Psalms 54:6-7; Psalms 56:12-13; Psalms 59:16-17; Psalms 66:8-9; Psalms 66:12-16; Psalms 66:20; Psalms 68:19; Psalms 71:15; Psalms 71:23-24; Psalms 79:13; Psalms 89:1; Psalms 92:1-2; Psalms 92:4; Psalms 98:1; Psalms 100:4; Psalms 102:18-20; Psalms 104:1; Psalms 116:12-14; Psalms 116:17; Psalms 119:65; Psalms 119:108; Psalms 136:1-26; Isaiah 63:7; Daniel 2:23; Daniel 4:2; Daniel 4:34; Daniel 6:22; Acts 2:46-47; Acts 28:15; Romans 14:6; Colossians 1:3; 1 Timothy 1:12
1 Chronicles 29:13
By the Levites
2 Chronicles 5:12-13
Genesis 35:1; Exodus 12:14; Exodus 12:17; Exodus 12:42; Exodus 13:3; Exodus 13:8-10; Exodus 13:14-16; Exodus 16:32; Exodus 34:26; Leviticus 19:24; Leviticus 23:14; Deuteronomy 12:18; Deuteronomy 16:9-15; Deuteronomy 26:10; Judges 5:11; Psalms 48:11; Psalms 50:14-15; Psalms 98:1; Psalms 105:1-45; Psalms 106:1; Psalms 107:1-2; Psalms 107:15; Psalms 107:22; Psalms 107:42-43; Psalms 118:1; Psalms 118:4; Proverbs 3:9-10; Ecclesiastes 7:14; Isaiah 48:20; Joel 2:26; Romans 2:4; Romans 15:27; Ephesians 5:4; Ephesians 5:19-20; Philippians 4:6; Colossians 1:12; Colossians 2:7; Colossians 3:15-17; Colossians 4:2; 1 Thessalonians 5:18; 1 Timothy 2:1; 1 Timothy 4:3-5; Hebrews 13:15; James 1:9
Joy; Praise; Psalms
Of man to man:
The Israelites, to Joshua
The spies, to Rahab
Saul, to the Kenites
1 Samuel 15:6
Naomi, to Boaz
To the men of Jabesh-Gilead
2 Samuel 2:5-7
2 Samuel 10:2
1 Kings 2:7
2 Timothy 1:16-18
The people of Melita, to Paul
1 Samuel 1:27-28
1 Samuel 7:12
The queen of Sheba
1 Kings 10:9
2 Chronicles 2:12
2 Chronicles 20:27-28
Those whom Jesus healed:
The man with palsy
The healed demoniac
The woman bent with infirmity
One of the ten lepers whom Jesus healed
The centurion for his son
The lame man healed by Peter
THANK'FULNESS,noun Expression of gratitude; acknowledgment of a favor.
1. Gratitude; a lively sense of good received.
The celebration of these holy mysteries being ended, retire with all thankfulness of heart for having been admitted to that heavenly feast.
THANK'ING, participle present tense Expressing gratitude for good received.
THANK'LESS, adjective Unthankful; ungrateful; not acknowledging favors.
That she may feel
How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is
To have a thankless child.
1. Not deserving thanks, or not likely to gain thanks; as a thankless office.
THANK'LESSNESS, noun Ingratitude; failure to acknowledge a kindness.
THANK'-OFFERING, noun [thank and offering.]
An offering made in acknowledgment of mercy.
THANKS, noun generally in the plural. Expression of gratitude; an acknowledgment made to express a sense of favor or kindness received. Gratitude is the feeling or sentiment excited by kindness; thanks are the expression of that sentiment. Luke 6:1.
THANKS be to God, who giveth us the victory. 1 Corinthians 15:57.
THANKS be to God for his unspeakable gift. 2 Corinthians 9:15.
He took bread and gave thanks to God. Acts 27:35.
THANKSGIVE, verb transitive thanksgiv.' [thanks and give.]
To celebrate or distinguish by solemn rites. [Not in use.]
THANKSGIV'ER, noun One who gives thanks or acknowledges a kindness.
THANKSGIV'ING, participle present tense Rendering thanks for good received.
THANKSGIV'ING, noun The act of rendering thanks or expressing gratitude for favors or mercies.
Every creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused, if received with thanksgiving 1 Timothy 4:3.
1. A public celebration of divine goodness; also, a day set apart for religious services, specially to acknowledge the goodness of God, either in any remarkable deliverance from calamities or danger, or in the ordinary dispensation of his bounties. The practice of appointing an annual thanksgiving originated in New England.
THANK'-WORTHY, adjective [thank and worthy.] Deserving thanks; meritorious. 1 Peter 2:1.