My parents had six children, and keeping track of all of us must have been challenging. Once they forgot my youngest sister after a church service. She stood, patiently waiting, outside the church building because she knew as soon as our parents "remembered" her, they would be back.
Many verses in the Bible tell of people asking God to "remember." Yet, why would they ask that, as God never forgets? The Hebrew word for "remember" is defined as "to bring someone to mind and then ACT on that person's behalf."
When God "remembered" Noah, He dried up the waters; when He "remembered" Rachel, she had a son (Joseph); and when He "remembered" Israel in bondage, He sent a deliverer (Moses).
When we read that God "remembered," we also find that there was action. Verses that tell us God "remembered" are followed by proof that He never forgets.
When we cry out to God, "Remember, O LORD," it is not because He has forgotten us or our needs, but because we need Him to move on our situation. God KNOWS we need Him. He is waiting for us to realize our need and call out to Him: "Remember [me], O LORD."
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