Read: Psalm 77:11-12

Psalm 77:11–12 is a heartfelt expression of the psalmist’s commitment to remember and meditate on the works of the Lord: “I will remember the deeds of the Lord; yes, I will remember your miracles of long ago. I will consider all your works and meditate on all your mighty deeds.” These verses encourage us to consciously recall and reflect upon the many ways God has manifested His power and love throughout history and in our own lives.

Remembering God’s works is an act of worship and faith. It involves deliberately calling to mind His acts of creation, provision, deliverance, and salvation. Meditating on these deeds, from the parting of the Red Sea to the resurrection of Jesus Christ, deepens our understanding of God’s character and reaffirms His sovereignty, faithfulness, and love.

In today’s fast-paced and often chaotic world, taking time to meditate on God’s works can have a profound impact on our faith. It anchors us in truth, provides perspective in times of trial, and kindles hope in times of despair. Recalling God’s faithfulness in the past empowers us to trust Him in the present and future.

To integrate this practice into your daily life, you might choose a specific event in biblical history, a personal experience of God’s grace, or the ongoing miracle of creation. Reflecting on these instances not only strengthens your faith but can also provide comfort and guidance, especially in challenging times.

Reflection Questions:

  • What are some of God’s works you can meditate on today?
  • How does remembering His works impact your faith?
  • Is there a particular miracle or act of God you need to remember more often?