Each morning affords a brand, new start for us in some way. Yesterday’s worries are over. Yesterday’s sorrows are past. Yesterday’s accomplishments fade away. All that remains are faint memories. Today opens a new window of life, inciting fresh hope from the blackness of the past hours.
What if we awakened every day with a recognition of the new opportunities now before us? What if we focused on how we have come through the darkness of yesterday’s night? What if we declared over each new sunrise, “Today, it’s my turn?”
My turn for what, you might ask?
This same treasure is found among the pages of Scripture and carries the same weight. In the Old Testament, God instructed His people to “remember the Lord your God” on several occasions. And many patriarchs and ancient saints established hallmarks to assist them in remembering what God did for them.
By visiting these memorials found in its pages, we share in those experiences vicariously and receive lasting impact in our lives as well. Have you ever explored the memorials of Scripture? Let’s take a journey together down part of Scripture’s memory lane.
diary I found of my mother’s after her death. In it I can read of her contemporaneous notes when World War II began or her teenage days with her sisters and their beaus. What precious memoirs these little books become – even for future generations to glean insights into their ancestors’ daily thoughts or fears.
Did you know we have an ancient diary recorded in the pages of the Bible?
lined on both sides by exuberant onlookers focused like a laser on the majesty just above his head: the Messiah-King he bore?
I want you to know that you are loved and appreciated by Covenant Truth Ministries and, most importantly, by the Living God.
Sometimes we neglect to let others know the simple truth: Jesus loves you! The timeless children’s song, “Jesus loves me this is know,” can sometimes slip away from our mind and hearts. Yet, the gospel truth built into this long-forgone song still rings true today.