When God Says Remember

Title

When God Says Remember

Files

School or Department

Communication

Dates of Service

1981-

Description

We all have things we need to remember-birthdays, anniversaries, things we intend to buy at the grocery store, and meetings we are supposed to attend. What's more, if someone you really care about asks you to remember something, you go to great lengths not to forget. But what if God tells you to remember something? God does tell us to remember many things. In When God Says Remember, author Sandra Harner challenges you with nine specific things that God wants you to remember, as revealed in nine Bible verses. When God commands us to remember something, as he does in these verses, we know it must be vital. Harner explores what could happen if you fail to remember as God commanded and encourages you to record your memories along the way. In today's world, we may sometimes lose sight of the importance of remembering and sharing the memories of the great works of God in the lives of biblical figures, as well as the great works of God in our lives. When God Says Remember helps us to recall these important memories, engage in a deeper study of the Bible, and grow in our Christian walks.

ISBN

978-1462731374

Keywords

Bible study

Publication Date

9-27-2013

Publisher

CrossBooks Publishing

Disciplines

Biblical Studies

Comments

Class of 1964

About the Author

Professor Harner has been teaching at Cedarville University since 1981. She developed the technical and professional communication program for Cedarville University in 1984 and has directed the program ever since, successfully bringing the program from its inception as a minor to a full major. Professor Harner served eight years on the international board of directors for the Society for Technical Communication (STC) as the Assistant to the President for Academic and Research Program. She serves industry as a consultant for clear and effective writing. She has received several STC awards and was named a Fellow in 2001.

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