“Remember His marvelous works which He has done, His wonders, and the judgments of His mouth,” – Psalms 105:5 NKJV

Can you believe we are already in the final month of 2023? What an incredible year it has been. You began this year with tremendous excitement, anticipating what the Lord would do in your life and the lives of the people you love. Knowing God, He has answered many of your requests, supplied your needs, and shown you mercy. He is, in fact, a good God.

Today, you are urged to recognize and thank God for everything He has done for you. Ours is a fast-paced world that demands our time, emotions, loyalty, and focus. If we are to be thankful, we must shift our focus from the concerns of daily life to remembering what God has done. Have you ever encountered a perpetually grateful man? Observe him, he has a habit of remembering his blessings.

As the year comes to a close, take some time to reflect on God’s faithfulness to you thus far. Maybe not all of your expectations were met, but God showered you with so many unexpected miracles. Take a pen and paper and write down all the benefits He has bestowed upon you. 

For a God who “daily loads us with benefits”, you are bound to fill up leaves upon leaves of paper with answered prayers (Psalm 68:19). Maybe it was a job He gave you, or He healed you of a disease, or helped you overcome psychological challenges like fear and despair; whatever it was, thank Him. Whatever you come up with, one thing is certain: God has been wonderful to you and your family.

This kind of reflection is not supposed to be rushed. Our anchor verse was selected from a psalm that celebrated God’s faithfulness to Israel from the time He made a covenant with Abraham until they arrived and settled in the promised land. The psalmist went beyond the standard “thank you, Jesus, glory to your name” prayer. He detailed every significant incident, journey, promise, and promise honoured.

In this context, remembrance is a purposeful recollection of God’s goodness in your life, followed by an emptying of your emotions in prayer and thanksgiving, which you can begin doing this morning.

DO THIS: Take out some time today to write down some of your testimonies from the beginning of the year till now and give intentional thanks to God for them.

Bible Reading Plan: Ezekiel 34-36

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