What Will You be Remembering this Memorial Day?

May 25, 2012 at 9:43 am | Posted in Biblical Remembering | 4 Comments
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Remember that God made you and that you owe your existence to Him. (Ecclesiastes 12:1)
Remember that you belong to God and that He has kept you alive this far. (Jeremiah 51:50)
Remember the poor. (Galatians 2:10)
Remember the good examples that God has given you (Acts 20:31), and the bad examples. (Luke 17:32)
Remember your brothers and sisters in Christ. (I Thessalonians 2:9)
Remember your spiritual leaders. (Hebrews 13:7)
Remember those who are suffering and those who are in bondage. (Hebrews 13:3)
Remember your wife (or husband). (Ecclesiastes 9:9)
Remember the Word of God. (Jude v. 17)
Remember where you came from, who you were, and who you are now. (Ephesians 2:11-13)
Remember the Gospel of Jesus Christ. (II Timothy 2:8)

Here are some additional meditations on Biblical remembering:

1. Oh, Do Remember Me… (*)
2. Where Are They Now?
3. Forgetting to Remember – Part 1
4. Forgetting to Remember – Part 2
5. The “Ways” to Remember
6. Forget-Me-Nots
7. Remembering the Garlic

* most-read post in series

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