They Couldn’t Forget

Jesus is the One whom God raised from the dead.  And we are all witnesses to this.  Acts 2:32  (NIV) 

“We don’t know where the disciples went when the fled the garden after Jesus was arrested,  but we do know what they took with them:  a memory.  They took a heart stopping memory of a man who called himself no less than God in the flesh.  And they couldn’t get him out of their minds.  Try as they might to lose him in the crowd,  they could not forget him.  If they saw a leper,  they thought of his compassion.  If they heard a storm,  they would remember the day he silenced one.  If they saw a child,  they would think of the day when he held a child in his lap and blessed him.

No there was no forgetting this man Jesus.  As a result,  they came back.   And also as a result,  the church of our Lord and Savior,  that began with a group of frightened men in an upper room,  began to grow.  What have you seen Jesus do in your life,  and in the lives of those around you?  How much will you remember?”

From the Devotional book:  “One God, One Plan, One Life”  
Page  246  
Author: Max Lucado
Thomas Nelson Publishers  
ISBN 978-1-4003-2263-3      

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About Wayne Comer

I’m Wayne Comer, an independent contract software engineer and computer software consultant. I am a christian and attend church at Third Baptist Church in Murfreesboro, TN, also known as 3BC. I’m married to Kathleen since 1992 and I have 1 grown and married daughter, Shay. I have lived in Murfreesboro, TN most of my life and when time permits I love to bike, canoe, hike, and go camping with my wife. Golf and Baseball are my 2 favorite sports... well, besides fishing.
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