by Pam Ford Davis
4/08/2011 / Devotionals
I am lousy at remembering names. A Dale Carnegie course might help, but I would hate to foul up their reputation. I could blame it on my age, one of those senior moment lapses, but the truth is I have been in this condition far too long for that excuse to be plausible. There are so many names to choose from; my chances of pinning the right one on every face I meet are slim. Gracie Allen and I may be related; at times, it's difficult for me to remember my own name.
Amnesia is a sad state of mind. Those impaired are clueless to their identity and the past is a blank page. As a child of God, His Holy Spirit gives frequent reminders of the proud name I bear. "and the disciples were first called Christians in Antioch (Acts 11:26b NAS)." Who is a Christian? Each individual, who by faith chooses to become a follower of Christ, wears the family name. Father, forgive me for the times I tarnish that name; I wish to bring honor to the name of your beloved Son.
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