I enjoy remembering significant episodes in my life and I know my wife does as well. Today is the day my wife and I were married. I bought her a card and some flowers. Unfortunately, we have to work all day long; so, we will do more "celebrating" over the weekend.
There is nothing like rememberance to keep one's life in focus. This is what Jesus asked all His disciples to do for Him (Matthew 26:17-30; cf. Luke 22:7-30; Acts 20; 1 Corinthians 10:14-17, 11:17-34). Christians remember Jesus life, death, burial, and resurrection. We do this through what is called the Lord's supper.
I am impressed with how significant this rememberance is. It is not a "ceremony". It is not a "play". It is not an "act". It is a part of who I am. Jesus died for me. Jesus rose for me. Jesus lives for me (and all people who choose Him). I am completely aware of the significance of remembering this anniversary.
The Lord's humbled . . . John A. Reeves