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 In Remembrance Of Me by J. Glyn Owen

Topic: Remembrance
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 11:24-25  
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 Remember the Lord by Jim Cymbala

Topic: Remembrance
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 (2 Thessalonians) Things He Wants Them To Remember by Willie Mullan

Topic: Remembrance
Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 2  
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 Essential Remembering by Dean Stump

Topic: Remembrance
Scripture(s): Luke 22:19  
Description: What a wonderful mind God has given us! We have the ability to recall things, but things also tend to drain out of our mind. The question is, "What is essential to remember?" It is very important to God that we give diligence to remember some things, especially God Himself. A list of practical ways to do this is given.
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 Do this in remembrance of Me” “Forget not all His benefits” by Hans R. Waldvogel

Topic: Remembrance
Scripture(s): Psalm 103:2-3, Isaiah 53:4-5  
Description: We call it Gedächtnismal in German. And how many times we’ve had wonderful meetings when we were reminded of “all His benefits”: “Who forgiveth all thine iniquities, Who healeth all thy diseases.” I’m reminded now of a meeting in Stuttgart, in Zuffenhausen, where we had a communion service, and the Lord gave me a short message on that text from Psalm 103. And people laid hold of it all over the place. And I think before I got through preaching, many were filled with the Holy Ghost, and many got up, one by one, and testified that they had been healed of the most unbelievable diseases. Cancer, and other terrible things fled before the memory—the remembrance—“Forget not all His benefits.” Forget not all that He has done for you on Calvary’s cross. I’m so glad that Jesus Christ instituted this communion service for all of us. And He told us to remember Him until He comes. When He comes, we won’t need it anymore because then we’ll have Him in person. Then “we shall look upon Him as He is,” and then we shall forever be united to Him. And so, we love to be reminded of “all His benefits.”
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