Rememberance Makes All the Difference
On one of our walks to minister to people who live in homelessness, a man approached us and gave us his testimony. This man who lives in homelessness spoke fondly of God despite his circumstances. He shared with us scriptures that he remembered along with their meaning, and we encouraged and prayed for him.
If a homeless man, who has nowhere to rest his head in comfort can remember God, why can't we? God’s Word teaches us that in difficult times and at all times, we should: “praise the Lord and constantly speak his praises.” (Psalms 34:1). Being a follower of Christ is not an easy road but through tough times, we must remember His Words, pray and praise Him He never said things would be easy, but it is beyond worth it when we bow before him at that sweet narrow gate (Matthew 7:14).
Remembering God's Word should not only be done in bad times but also in good times. We shouldn't wait for things to happen to repent and sing praises unto Him.
Remembrance is a term all Christians should know. Remembering God's Word through tough times will make all the difference in your situation so that you too can say: “I prayed to the Lord, and he answered me. He freed me from all my fears” (Psalms 34:4).
By Briona Beckles