1. Regularly reading and hearing God’s Word helps us to keep a song in our hearts.
  2. What if the dissonance in this calendrical coincidence can be harmonized into a deeper melody?
  3. God never delights in seeing his children struggle or suffer. But God does desire that we trust him no matter what the circumstances might look like.
  4. A “good death” and “good life” are not accomplished through personal striving but are grasped by faith in the promises of God.
  5. When the waters of anxiety and depression rise, there is One who understands.
  6. A pastor shares his own experience of loneliness and hope
  7. God gives good gifts to underserving workers. God gives good gifts to all of them.
  8. The Lord assures Jeremiah he has not forgotten him. He is there and will rescue him.
  9. The Lord has remembered to help his servant Israel, to fulfill his promises to Abraham and to his offspring forever, not mostly or mainly because of his mercy, but exclusively so.
  10. Lord, remember us to remind us, that we may know all good things come from you.
  11. We have to “remember” that God remembers us. He has not fallen away. For God to remember us means he is working for our good; a restoration.
  12. This week, we’ll take a closer look at what it means to have a God who remembers us. Today, 1517 Scholar in Residence Chad Bird first introduces the Old Testament meaning behind the word and the Hebrew way of remembering.

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