Psalm 105:5 (NIV)
Remember the wonders he has done, his
is so easy to forget what God has done;
even those pivotal moments that change
us forever. They begin to fade as other
things crowd out their importance. This
is why God instructed the children of
Israel to build a memorial of
remembrance after the crossing of
Jordan in Joshua 3 & 4. Twelve
stones were laid, one by each tribe, as
a permanent legacy to what God had done
have stones of remembrance. Yes, I
write on stones. These stones are my
visual reminder of God’s promises to
me. They represent ages, stages and
life events where the word of God has
been an anchor holding me fast during
storms. On these stones are scriptures
that represent a fresh work in my life;
a new turning point. They are tangible
reminders that I can touch and hold.
Their words bring comfort, strength and
hope. I read these stones and I
remember all what God has done. They
remind me of all that He will do and
all that He has promised.
How do you remember
what God has done for you?
Egilsson is from Manitoba, Canada. She
is a coffee lover & Jesus follower.