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A Persian king was lifted out of a life of poverty and deposited into the luxury of the royal throne. After he became the king, he sent some servants to the old shack that he once lived in. The place of his birth and rearing. The servants were instructed to gather every relic of that part of his life. They brought from his home: broken toys, an old patched shirt, an old wooden bowl from which he ate, an unstable rocking chair and many other worthless memories of his childhood. He arranged all these in a special room in his palace and each day he would go into this room and sit for an hour and offer thanks recalling the memories of his humble past. On the wall hung a prayer: “Lest I forget!”


Andrew Chan. SermonCentral.com. Sermon: Canadian Thanksgiving 2001. Pg. 3.

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