Always Remember, Never Forget

This is the week leading up to the 10th anniversary of 9-11, and our blog has been quiet. The gravity of this coming Sunday makes it nearly impossible to write something – there really are no words that can express my heart, and the heart of America, and give it justice. And since Bible or Not is a blog of quotes, I’ve been looking for that quote that captures the right sentiment. I haven’t found it.

This September 11th let’s remember those who have fallen and the families and friends they’ve left behind, and never forget the sacrifice of the men and women who rushed in to rescue. Jesus said, “no greater love has anyone than this, that they would lay down their life for their friend.” Let’s always remember and never forget those who laid down their lives, not just for friends, but for total strangers. Let’s always remember and never forget to pray for those who have lost their innocent loved ones. And let us always remember and never forget to pray that God would always bless America.

Here are some quotes about remembering, and never forgetting, from the Bible and Not:

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God Will Never Put More On You Than You Can Bear

Today’s quote comes from Marcia – thank you for submitting a quote to Bible or Not!

“God will never put more on you than you can bear.” – Bible or Not?

I’m sure many of our readers have heard this popular quote, and wonder where it might be found in the Bible. Well, this is one that kind of isn’t in the Bible, but then again it kind of is. Here is where “God will never give you more than you can bear” comes from in the Bible.

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Showing Your Love on Valentine’s Day, a Biblical Perspective

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, the day when couples celebrate their love for each other, the day when children exchange “Valentines” with each other in school, and everyone talks about love. Expressing your love for another is wonderful, yet in the world we live in it seems that the expression of love can be a bit backwards. How often is loved described by what a person does for us, how they make us feel, how they make our lives better? Biblical love is not about getting, it’s about giving, and it’s about giving without the need of getting in return.

The Bible tells us that…

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