Thanksgiving Acrostic Poem An acrostic poem is one where you choose a word or name and use each letter in the name as the beginning of a word or line that tells something about that person or topic. Example: An acrostic poem using the word "Sun." Sometimes when we go to the beach, I will get sun burn. Usually if I put Sun block on my skin, I will not burn. Noon is when I'm really prone to burning. Write an Acrostic Poem using the word below. T____________________________________________ H____________________________________________ A____________________________________________ N____________________________________________ K____________________________________________ S____________________________________________ G____________________________________________ I____________________________________________ V____________________________________________ I____________________________________________ N____________________________________________ G____________________________________________ Thanksgiving Acrostic 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. (Answers are Names of Biblical Characters) Who said unto the Lord, "My Lord and my God"? (John 20:28) What woman said, "My heart rejoiceth in the Lord"? (1 Samuel 2:1) What elderly prophetess served God with fastings and prayers night and day? (Luke 2:36,37) Of whom did Jesus say, "Behold an Israelite indeed, in whom is no guile!"? (John 1:47) What did Daniel do when he prayed and gave thanks three times a day with his windows open? (Daniel 6:10) Who said, "Speak; for thy servant heareth"? (1 Samuel 3:10) What does the Lord tell the Psalmist He will do with His eye? (Psalm 32:8) What name of Christ does Isaiah use which means "God with us"? (Isaiah 7:14) Where did David slay Goliath? (1 Samuel 21:9) How does Peter describe our heavenly inheritance? (1 Peter 1:4) To whom did Jesus say, "Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God"? (John 3:1,3) Who threshed wheat by the winepress? (Judges 6:11) The first letters of each answer tell us what Paul instructed the Philippians should accompany their prayers.