A strong memory is more about strategy than capacity. Information technologists recognize this in regard to data storage and retrieval. The capacity of a database is not as significant as its indexing strategy. Unless you can accurately and rapidly retrieve information it is immaterial how much you can store. When it comes to human memory many experts advocate building a “memory palace” where you can categorize and store memories in a visual structure created within your mind.
This week as we continue our conversations from the Book of Beginnings in Genesis 9, we look at the powerful strategy God has given us to remember. When fear, anxiety, and trial cause us to lose sight of God’s promises we are tempted to doubt and unbelief. But God understands this and has given us a way to remember. Come and join us this week as we consider this together.
We meet this Lord’s Day, April 2, from 5:00 – 6:30 pm in The Commons at St. Andrews Anglican Church at 8300 Kanis Rd in Little Rock. Click here for directions.
Come with a friend you and join us for fellowship and conversation. We look forward to seeing you there this coming Lord’s Day at 5:00 pm.