Jesus died that we would be made whole: that’s the thrust of our consideration of Good Friday. Several passages are read; the Scripture focus is Isaiah 53.1-5. The message begins at 21:06, but you can watch the whole service below.
While it not may sound very Thanksgiving-like as a title, there is much for which to be thankful in understanding the rejection Jesus faced for our sakes. He knew what he would come up against, since he knew the prophecy of Isaiah 53. He knew his disciples (then and now) would face rejection, too, so he prepared his friends for that when he commissioned them to share their faith with Israel in Matthew 10.1-16. You can listen to the message, the last in the series, by clicking here.