My mother frequently wrote things on her hand to be sure to not forget them. There have been times when something extremely important needed to be remembered, and I have written it on my hand. Years ago, I was asked to give my grandmother a ride church. This was not part of my routine. So, I completely forgot! When I came out with the choir to sing that morning, I looked for Grandma to be in her seat. Then I remembered, and I felt terrible! I hurried to her apartment and found her outside, patiently sitting on a bench. When Israel was delivered from Egyptian bondage, God told them to remember this event every year. This was called "Passover." In Exodus 13:9 God told them this remembrance would be "a sign unto them upon thine hand." It would continually remind them that "with a strong hand hath the Lord brought" them out of Egypt. What God asked of Israel, God told Isaiah He is doing for His people. When life gets difficult and trials are hard, the thoughts might come: "Where is God? Has He forgotten about me? Why isn't He doing something?" This verse is an encouragement—God has my name on His hands. It is ever before Him. When I write something on one of my hands, all the time my hands are working, I continually see that reminder. While God does not need a reminder (for He never forgets), He gives us reassurance through the words of this verse. Written on God's hands, which are working all things together for good for them that love Him (Romans 8:28), are my name and yours. He will "not forget thee!"
Our Father remembers the sparrows, Their value and fall doth He see; But dearer to Him are His children, And He’ll never forget to keep me. — F. A. Graves
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