Where it falls on the calendar in the northern hemisphere, Memorial Day also signifies the start of summer. Sunny skies, picnics and vacations; more great memories in the making! All this brings to mind other observances we need to recognize.
Remembering stories of God with us.
Our children need to hear our stories of God walking beside us.
Our children need to be reminded of times when God walked with them.
Back and forth they talked. “Didn’t we feel on fire as he conversed with us on the road, as he opened up the Scriptures for us?”
We need to offer opportunities for our kids to join the “fellowship of the burning heart.”
Let this Memorial Day be the start of an every-day-sort-of-thing: tell remember-when stories about times when Jesus was with you.
- The time the car broke down the night before the big trip (rather than on the road).
- An out of the blue, call from a friend when you needed to hear from someone just at that moment.
- A sunny day after so many grey, dreary ones.
- Hearing a Bible verse that was just what was needed.
- The list goes on and on!
What are your God-with-you stories?
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