Redeeming Memory: How God Transforms Memories from a Heavy Burden to a Blessed Hope by Matt Rehrer, M.D.
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Memory plays an important role in the Christian life both in its proper function but also in its corruption. This book is written for Christians who suffer knowingly or unknowingly from the heavy burdens of memory like grumbling, nostalgia, bitterness, regret, shame, as well as future fears of futility and insignificance. God removes these heavy burdens by His mercy at the cross and redeems memory back to its original purpose, to glorify and worship Him.
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I am most thankful for Rehrer’s work on this most important topic as it comprehensively covers this vital truth both theologically and practically. It is a deep and insightful dive into what will change your life. --Abner Chou: Interim President and John F. MacArthur Endowed Fellow, The Master’s University
Out of the crucible of great personal loss, Matthew Rehrer has given us a great gift. Most of us have experiences that we wish we could forget. This book tells us from Scripture how God intends to use those memories for our good and His glory. I recommend this book to those who want to know what the Bible says about God’s great gift of our memories. --Charles D. Hodges, Jr, MD: Executive Director, Vision of Hope; Family Physician; author of 'Good Mood, Bad Moo