I Can Remember

I keep a few items in my office that remind me of certain individuals. When I look at my glass paperweight, I think of Carl, who collected these items. He gave me this one from his collection before he went to be with the Lord a few years ago.

Whenever I glance at my wood carving of a duck, made from the head of a golf club, I remember Ted, who carved it himself and gave it to me.

A bottle of oil reminds me of Lance. The elders of our church used this bottle of oil when we prayed for Lance to be healed.

My turtle made from beads was given to me by Kaylynn. I remember her each time I look at it.

Every Sunday I look at some bread and grape juice. Then I take it in my hands and eat and drink the communion. It helps me remember that Jesus died to pay for my sins.

“…Do this in remembrance of me.”—Luke 22:19.

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