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Powered by 4 - Dec. 2, 2010

  • 2010 Dec 02

To Not Forget

today's reading.
Deuteronomy 8:11-20; Luke 15:8-10Take care lest you forget the LORD your God by not keeping his commandments and his rules and his statutes, which I command you today...

think about it.
What is the first work we are to do (Deut. 8:11)? What does working help you gain? Work is great but what are you to put your trust in (Deut. 8:17-20)? What does Luke 15:8-10 say about valuing what we earn or have? How do your children learn the value of work from you?

the blog.
Definitely a clear message today from Deuteronomy 8:11-20--don't forget the Lord and His commandments and rules. Well, if I'm just thinking about myself, some things I would do to "not forget" would be staying in the Word, attending church, seeking friendships with other believers, things like that. But when you think about it, we have a responsibility to help others "not forget" and keep God's commands as well.

So how can we accomplish this within our families? What might helping others "not forget" look like--Parent to child? Sibling to sibling? Child to parent? Cousin to cousin? Aunt or uncle to niece or nephew? Tami W.

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