Let’s face it, we are forgetful. We aren’t much different from the Israelites wandering the desert 40 years due to unbelief.  God’s presence was with them. As it is still today.  Yet we struggle to remember. We forget what He has done. Then and now.

Previously we discussed what faithbooking is and why we should faithbook, now let’s discuss ways to remember God.

I ran across an article entitled “5 Creative Ways to Remember God’s Goodness“.

  1. The Giant Jar
  2. The Two Paged Journal
  3. The Scrapbook
  4. Look to Others
  5. The Promise Keeper

Are you surprised about #2 and #3?  Learn more about the above 5 ways at Live Fully.

In another article I was struck by the author’s words.

Before I would write, I would ponder this question: “Have I seen the hand of God reaching out to touch us or our children or our family today?” As I kept at it, something began to happen. As I would cast my mind over the day, I would see evidence of what God had done for one of us that I had not recognized in the busy moments of the day. As that happened, and it happened often, I realized that trying to remember had allowed God to show me what He had done.

An excerpt from How to Remember God’s Kindness by Henry B. Eyring.

Another way to remember God is by using what Rick Warren refers to as “breath prayers”.  These are short and simple few word phrases to be easily repeated throughout the day.  He also suggests:

At first you will need to create reminders to regularly bring your thoughts back to the awareness that God is with you in that moment. Begin by placing visual reminders around you. You might post little notes that say, “God is with me and for me right now!”

An excerpt from Train Your Mind to Remember God from RickWarren.org.

So what are some visible reminders we can us to remember God?

Stacey Thacker shares two creative ways for making scripture visible in your home.

  1. Chalkboards
  2. Frame it

Learn more at StaceyThacker.com plus get free scripture card downloads suitable for framing.

Here at Faithfully Yours, my goal is to offer visible inspiration to help you remember God through creativity.  Here are a few ways:

Scrapbooking

Scrapbooking

Art Journaling

Art Journaling

Journal

Journal

Mini album

Mini album

Cards

Cards

Home Decor

Home Decor

I hope you will be inspired to remember God through creativity.