I want to remember Noah. I want to remember this journey God has us on right now. We've got a couple things in place and some other things that are still in the works to help us remember this little one that we really haven't even met yet.
But it's not only Noah that I want to remember. I want to remember God's promises, His goodness and His provisions along the way as well. I really need this because my tendency is to be more like "disbelieving Thomas" (listen to Pastor Mark's sermon today) and want proof for my faith to remain strong. I find myself instead of talking to or even yelling at God (which I think is quite healthy sometimes) simply ignoring Him, "why talk to God when He obviously doesn't talk to me". Now I know with 100% certainty when my brain is fully engaged and my emotions are in check that God does indeed talk to me, and not only though His word, but through those around me and through the wondrous works of His creation. But, sometimes the days are long and I'm tired; the kids are whiney and the honey is late getting home; sometimes it just doesn't feel like I'm being cared for by the great God of the universe and that His Spirit actually lives within me.