We talk fairly often about how forgetful we are. How we forget about the things we should remember, but also as we have a tendency to remember the things we should forget. God is so aware of our forgetfulness that he’s made a way for us not just to remember, but also for us to be reminded. He’s given us His word to hide it in our heart reminding us of His character and the Holy Spirit to live in us to remind us of His word. He gave Israel the festivals so they could remember what He had done and to remind them of the promises that were still going to be fulfilled. He told Joshua to set up stones of remembrance so they can be reminded and then teach the next generations of how God had all that He promised that He would do in their lives and for them. Moses instructed Israel to teach their children and talk with each other about God’s law, even write it on the doorposts of their houses and wear it on the frontlet between their eyes. Both Peter and Paul wrote that it was not a difficulty, but a joy to remind God’s people of God’s truth. Peter went so far as to say, “I will refresh your memory as long as I live.” Forgetfulness is only a weakness if we have no one willing to remind us of what we need to remember. What if our forgetfulness is just one more opportunity for us to depend upon God? What if it’s just more opportunity for us to trust Him and discover how much value He has placed upon us? In this week’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych explores what it means to be “Remembered” by God.