Our minds are one of the greatest creations God has ever made.
With it we can solve the most baffling of problems, calculate the mystifying math equations and creatively imagine unfathomable concepts.
However, remembering something extremely important can be quite a feat – schedules, birthdays, anniversaries, names of acquaintances, scientific names, generic medicine, etc.
There’s one thing we can never forget. If we do, then we’ve lost everything.
Hearing the quote of Alexander Solzhenitsyn from one of my most favorite teachers, Ravi Zacarias, reminded me of the disaster that befall us when we do.
He was asked why Russia fell apart.
To this, he answers …
”And if I were called upon to identify briefly the principal trait of the entire twentieth century, here too, I would be unable to find anything more precise and pithy than to repeat once again:
Men have forgotten God.”