Remember this, and be assured;
Recall it to mind, you transgressors.
Remember the former things long past,
For I am God, and there is no other;
I am God, and there is no one like Me,
Declaring the end from the beginning,
And from ancient times things which have not been done,
Saying, ‘ My purpose will be established,
And I will accomplish all My good pleasure’

Isa 46:8-10

11 thoughts on “Remember

  1. Your NWV article, “Just Because You Don’t See Them, Doesn’t Mean They’re Not There”;
    so astute, so excellent, so much insight. Thanks for your inspiration and may God Bless and keep You Safe.

  2. Thank you for your article in the NewsW/Views re. the problem with seeking truth. Excellent insight and reminder that we should never give up speaking Gods truth – planting seeds – someday to grow, maybe not today…….but some day.

  3. Just read your NWVs article for today. God was there with you from day one or you would never have made it out of childhood. I was the youngest of seven and my Dad worked hard to support us and he spent a lot of time on the weekends with the older ones and other kids in our neighborhood, helping them in their sandlot ball games. He was older when I became a teenager and I didn’t get the attention the others did. My Mother was the housewife and Mother who cooked three meals everyday, did the laundry on Monday and ironed all day on Tuesday. Sheets and even tea towels had to be ironed.

    I really didn’t appreciate them until I was on my own and realized how much they sacrificed just to raise all of us. I couldn’t begin to be the parents they were. The things I picked up from them were how they treated other people with love and compassion. Even when my mother was being treated for breast cancer, she never felt sorry for herself…she always commented on those who seemed to be in worse shape than she. She was one of the very few early cancer patients who beat it and I know that it was her attitude and God’s love for her influence on me that kept her alive and cancer free until she died at 95. I would be nothing today without God and the people He put in my life to help me. My parents kept me grounded by their dedication to our family. I hope they know how much I appreciate them!

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