We must remember it all.
In our prayer time last night, the Lord put on my heart what He had done so far and I repeated some of it out loud like David does here:
“I remember what the LORD did; I remember the miracles you did long ago.
I think about all the things you did
and consider your deeds.
God, your ways are holy. No god is as great as our God.
You are the God who does miracles; you have shown people your power.
By your power you have saved your people, the descendants of Jacob and Joseph. Selah
God, the waters saw you; they saw you and became afraid; the deep waters shook with fear. The clouds poured down their rain. The sky thundered. Your lightning flashed back and forth like arrows. Your thunder sounded in the whirlwind.
Lightning lit up the world.
The earth trembled and shook.
You made a way through the sea
and paths through the deep waters,
but your footprints were not seen.
You led your people like a flock
by using Moses and Aaron.” – Psalms 77:11-20
What do you remember?
The enemy does what he can to cause you to forget, doesn’t he?
He does it to you with people, too.
Even worse, he gets you to focus on the bad you’ve experienced and to forget the good.
You can have an whole sheet of paper full of experiences with an individual and as soon as there is one dot, all you can see anymore is the dot.
What happened to the rest of that piece of paper?