On this morning’s prayer walk I came across an unusual sight. A bunch of roses off the main path propped against a tree. How did they get here? What are they memorialising? I don’t know, but it reminded me of Biblical examples of people memorialising acts of God. The most profound of those for a Christian is the Lord’s Supper. 

Do you memorialise the acts of God in your life? If so, how do you do so?

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