Psalm 66 recounts what God did for the Israelites with the Red Sea – turning it into dry land so they could cross it. Throughout the Old Testament the Israelites erected monuments to remind themselves of God's faithfulness to them and was being done in this Psalm. As generations died off and as new ones rose up, the older people could show the monuments to the younger people to remind them of God’s past faithfulness. There's something incredibly important about remembering your faith journey and sharing it with younger people. In the midst of hardships and difficulties, sometimes it’s easy to forget that God has been faithful to you in the past. However, it’s at those times more than any others that we need to remind ourselves and others of God’s faithfulness to us. When is the last time you told your children or your grandchildren about what God has done in your life? Don’t miss the opportunity to share with young people about what God has done; they need to hear it. If you’re young, what are you doing to remind yourself of God’s faithfulness so it’s not forgotten in the future? How will you erect monuments to share with those who come after you?