April 24 – Forgotten Memorials

Lest I forget Thy great love for me lead me to Calvary.

THE RIVER WALK

He took some bread and gave thanks to God for it. Then he broke it in pieces and gave it to the disciples, saying, “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this to remember me.” (Luke 22:19)

Read: Judges 2:10-3:31, Luke 22:14-34, Psalm 92:1-93:5, Proverbs 14:1-2

Relate: I first came up with the name “The River Walk” while praying and walking my way down the Riverwalk in Binghamton, NY. For a good stretch of this trail, there are a number of plaques set up to honor various civil rights leaders. I am sure most people in Binghamton are aware of the large statue of Martin Luther pictured above, but I wonder how many know of the many other smaller memorials north of this point on the trail? Of those that are aware, how many have stopped to read even one of them? How many times every day…

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Jesus Christ is Lord. It is no longer I that liveth, but Christ that liveth in me. All Glory to His Name,
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