Remembrance and its opposite - First in a series
The Bible tells us that all the living are to remember the faithfulness and works of the Lord and that failing to do so brings judgment.
When we forget to commemorate what we ought to cherish, God will not forget. If we forget important truths and events, wisdom dies.
Remembrance may be either a rich feast to comfort and nourish us or a bitter fruit enforcing avoidance and rational fear.
Here begins a series on Remembrance and its opposite as God has shared in his Word.