We had a great service tonight at church. Pastor preached out of Psalm 145:4; Isaiah 38:19; Psalm 44:1; Psalm 71:18; and Psalm 78:3-4 on “The Word Must Be Passed On.” Psalm 145:4 is a direct statement to us as Christians. A statement we need to take to heart and do. If you were to die today would there be someone that would want a double portion of what you have spiritually in the Lord? We are not all called to preach, but we are all called to pray and to praise God. If the word is to get passed on there must be an objective to praise. There must be a reason why we’re going to testify. Our testimony should be to extol Jesus Christ. We have missed the reason why we praise the Lord. When was the last time the younger generation heard you praise God for what God has done in our lives? For the word to be passed on there must be a remembrance of praise. There must be a remembrance in our mind. We need to remember the times god has worked in our life. If we don’t have something to praise God for maybe it’s because we aren’t looking for God to work, of He’s not doing in our lives. It is our job to remind the young people of What God has done in our lives and in the lives of those before us that have told us things God has done in their lives. We need to remember the mighty works that God has done in our lives and in our church, and in the lives of others. One person starts it out and another generation will pick it up. But the first generation has to start first. We praise God so along the way we will grab other little streams. When was the last time you praised God for something He has done in your life?