Today you should read: Numbers 10
They shall be a reminder of you before your God: I am the Lord your God. Numbers 10:14
What are some practical ways that you remind yourself of who God is and what He has done for you? The feasts and festivals that we read about in the Old Testament might seem foreign to us, but they served an important purpose: to remind the people of Israel of the faithfulness and goodness of God.
What are some ways that you can be intentional to remember who God is and what He has done for you? Here are a few ideas:
- Daily Time With God – The fact that you’re reading this today is a great start! But more than this, it is having a posture of seeking and honoring God with your entire life, and using daily time reading God’s Word and praying to Him as motivation to think about and worship God throughout your day.
- Weekly Sunday Worship – What I don’t mean is that you simply show up to church on Sundays (or wherever you’re watching online during COVID) and simply go through the motions of a worship service. Use that time to truly reset, refocus, and remember who God is and what He has done in Christ.
- Special Times – What can you do by yourself or with your family, friends, or Connect Group to celebrate what God has done in your life. Maybe it’s celebrating your spiritual birthdays, rejoicing at answered prayer, creating milestones of transition that you spend time remembering how God has been at work in someone’s life.
What other ideas do you have to remember who God is in your life?
By: Graham Withers — Associate Pastor
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