“That all the peoples of the earth may know the hand of the Lord, that it is mighty.” Joshua 4:24. When the Israelites crossed the Jordan River into the Promised Land, God told their leader, Joshua, to choose 12 men, and have each one take a stone from the middle of the river, and carry it to their campsite.  Joshua then set up the stones as a memorial so that when future generations asked, “What do these stones mean to you?” they could tell them about God’s faithfulness in holding back the water while they crossed.  As followers of Christ, it’s good for us to have tangible evidence of God’s help in the past.  Those mementos remind us that His faithfulness continues today, and we can follow Him confidently into the future.  Our “stones” may also help others know that God’s hand is mighty. The memories of what God has done for us can become building blocks for today and tomorrow.