Looking back over this past year, I remember the story of Kent Brantly, who was the first American to contract the deadly Ebola virus. After weeks of isolation and medical treatments, he was cured of Ebola and sent home. After a week or two of recuperating, he started to tell his story to the media. Every time he told the story, he talked about how God spared him from certain death. Much to my surprise, he never got tired of talking about his ordeal with Ebola. In Exodus 10:2, Moses commanded the people to tell of the events that happened in Egypt so their children and grandchildren would know of the mighty things God had done for them.
We should never stop sharing the great things God has done in our lives. It will encourage others to follow God in faith. He will never let us down when we follow him. Let’s teach our children to trust in God on a daily basis. Live by faith and not by sight.