Turn in your Bibles to Deuteronomy 15 vs 15, 16 vs 12, 24 vs 18-22
“You shall remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt, and the Lord your GOD redeemed you; therefore I command you this thing today.
Now jump down to ch.16 vs12 “And you shall remember that you were a slave in Egypt, and you shall be careful to observe these statues. Jump over to ch.24 vs18, there’s one word that keep’s springing up, and I’m going to ask you what it is in just a minute, verse 18, “But you shall remember that you were a slave in Egypt, and the Lord yourGOD redeemed you from there; therefore I command you do this one thing.
Jump down to verse 22. And you shall remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt; therefore I command you to do this thing.
What is that one word that stand’s out very pronounced, (the crowd say’s remember), it’s remember, remember that you were slave’s in Egypt, remember that you were once bondsmen, over, and over as you read the word of GOD that word pop’s up remember, remember the thing’s I’ve done for you, remember all of your journey, remember Lott’s wife ,and even when we take communion it say’s as often as you do this“do it in remembrance of me. Now over, and over in the bible were commanded, “I said commanded” to remember, but even more than that we are commanded even what to remember. I’ve been Preaching a series called the power series, (it started with the power to dream), and we sold more tape’s of that than we’ve ever sold. So the next week I realized I was on to something, and I preached on the (power of thinking big) and that out sold the other’s, and week after, week for 2 month’s I’ve been preaching on the power of.
I’m going to speak on the power of Gods’ financial planning this coming Wednesdays night, then on the power of gladness, and praise. But this morning I’ve got a truth that will change your life forever, I mean it will, it’s a difference between happiness, and sadness, peace, and stress. It’s called the power of selective memory.