Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the hard days come and the years approach when you will say, "I have no satisfaction in them." 

Ecclesiastes 12:1 

- The warning to remember God during youth does not mean that young people are more forgotten than children or the elderly. But that, as young people, we have a natural tendency to become autonomous. Youth is a time when we feel strong, capable and self-confident. And this has nothing to do with age, but with the disposition of the heart. This autonomy makes us more distant and independent from the Lord. It tends to turn our hearts away from Jesus. 

- The Bible invites us to remember God, to give Him special attention at all stages of life. Even when everything is going well, we need to dedicate love and willingness to the Lord. Because the hard days come... And in these, as in the good times, let us not be stingy and self-serving, remembering God only when we need His help. But seeking him at all times because we love him with our heart and with the truth. 

Remember your Creator today: 

- If you know that you have "forgotten" God, at this stage of your life, this is the time to reconcile with Him.

- Pray right now and ask the Lord for forgiveness for the days when you were most distant from Him. He is God up close...

- Stipulate moments in your day or week to dedicate to God. Be firm and don't negotiate these moments.

- Seek to dedicate a daily time to reading and studying the Bible and stopping prayer.

- Invite and encourage other brothers to dedicate themselves more to God and His work.

To Pray: Lord God and Eternal Father, in the name of the Lord Jesus, before your presence the Drus I place myself. My Creator, I want to always have You in my mind and heart. Help me in every phase of my life, Eternal Father, pray for me daily so that I can move further and further before you, that's what I pray in the name of xJesis. Amen.