“Remember this! He led his people out singing for joy; his chosen people marched, singing their hearts out! He made them a gift of the country they entered, helped them seize the wealth of the nations So they could do everything he told them…” Psalm 105:43-45, Message Bible.
Remember the day you first met Jesus, and you were eternally forgiven. Like Israel, you shouted for joy! Remember the moments you’ve seen God show Himself real to you. Go back to when you didn’t know where the provision would come from, but He provided. Go back to the time you thought there was no possibility that a door would open, but somehow God made it open for you. It’s important to remember what the Lord has done for you.
When you’re going through something, the last thing the enemy wants is to see you do anything that stirs you up to hope in God–do anything that helps you hold on. Yet, in light of what you face or are pursuing, remember Who is on the throne, Who loves you, and Whose hands you are in. The same God that did it before will do it again.
Prayer: Father, thank You for encouraging me to remember what You’ve done for me. You saved me and forgave me. I remember You brought me through before. No matter what I’m going through, help me think on that You’ve shown Your hand is on my life. You are the same God I serve today. You did it before, and You will do it again. Hallelujah! In Jesus’ name, Amen.
Study: Psalm 23:6, 63:6 & 119:55, Romans 8:1, James 1:22-25