A Day to Remember

God didn’t save you, free you, restore you, and then leave you by yourself. God remembers each of us and established the church for us.

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The month of May begins a series of events and special days when we remember those who have had a big impact on our lives. The church has had a big impact on many of our lives. We are where we are because of those who walked the path before us and by knowing the promises of God are true and worthy to live by.

Four areas the church impacts our lives:
Informs our conscience.
Instills a purpose in our life.
Serves as a window to see God’s activity throughout the world.
Teaches to be generous.

Exodus 6:6-8 challenges all of us to remember how He brought you out, how He set you free, how He redeemed you, how you found your place of belonging. These verses in summary say, “I will take you as my own people. I will save individually, free you personally, redeem you independently, and put you together was My own people.” God didn’t save you, free you, restore you, and then leave you by yourself. God established the church for us to become part of a family of believers.

When God makes a promise, He keeps His word. We have all experienced broken promises. We all know what it is to be disappointed by others. On this day of remembrance, let us be confident that God never fails us. When life becomes difficult and we begin to struggle with our faith, we need to remember God is still there with us. Remember when you are afraid (Psalm 27:1), remember when the devil is on your back (1 John 4:4), remember when you are about to crumble (Romans 8:37), remember when you are sick (1 Peter 2:4).