Welcome to today’s episode of our daily bible study, titled; why you should keep records and preserve memories. There is a saying that says, those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. the video is below, Watch the video to the end, and you will learn why you should preserve records and memories.
Previously, in our daily bible study, we discussed the message titled; why you should not overwork yourself. A lot of people think that, by working exhaustively, they will earn a lot more money. However, it turns out that, it does not work that way.
Most times, after overworking ourselves, we will discover that our earnings go lower than what we usually earn when we work less. The reason is that, what we earn in life is actually what God has destined for us. You only earn less when you fail to put in the right effort. But if you have done enough work, then do not overwork yourself to earn more.
God is in charge and He is running His world, He has assigned blessings to everyone according to what everyone needs and according to His riches in glory. From the previous episode, we learned that when God asked the Israelites to go gather manna, those that gathered more at the end of the day only had enough for the day, and those that gathered little only had enough for the day as well.
This tells us that, as they were gathering the manna, some were overworking to gather more, while some were just working to gather enough for the day. In the end, everyone gathered what they needed.
Never overwork yourself to earn too much. Put in the necessary effort and God will crown your effort with success.
You can watch the video for that episode after watching today’s episode. The video is in the playlist.
The topic of today’s episode is; why you should keep records and preserve memories.
In the book of Exodus chapter 16 verse 32, Moses said, this is what the Lord has commanded; take an omer of manna and keep it for the generations to come, so they can see the bread I gave you to eat in the wilderness when I brought you out of Egypt.
God commanded the Israelites to keep some portion of the manna for future posterity to see and know about their history.
God Himself, commanded the Israelites to keep records. This is to enable future posterity of Israel to know their history and past. We should learn from this. It is important that you keep record of whatever you had encounter with. It is good to always keep record of events and actions, because you will never know when you will need them.
That we have the bible today is because some people took the task and responsibility to preserve it. Try and save those family pictures, videos, artifacts, etcetera.
Sometimes we draw energy and confidence from our past to forge ahead.
Whenever any Israelite goes hungry and sees the manna, it reminds him or her that God can still provide for them. We can either learn from our past to avoid mistakes or draw strength from them to forge ahead in the future. In all you do, make sure you keep records and preserve memories.
May our past never bring us shame, and may God grant us a blessed future. Amen.
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May the peace of the living God, Almighty, be with you forever and ever, AMEN.