I know many of us during this time at home have taken advantage of the opportunity to do a quick inventory of all the things you have at home. For me, that meant cleaning out the garage and doing a deep cleaning. I rifled through box after box of things, most of which were things I hadn’t seen in a long time and were nothing more than junk taking up space. Occasionally, you come across something you had misplaced a long time ago and forgotten about. I found a Hydro Flask that I love but had placed in my fishing bag and never realized it was there. It was like the moment Indiana Jones finds the golden statue in "Raiders of the Lost Ark". It made me think about an old quote that said, “What is gold in the mine to thee?” The man who wrote this was challenging his readers to take a personal inventory of what you know and what you have. You see when I lost my Hydro Flask, I knew I brought it back home after that fishing trip and in fact, I did. Except, it was not in my possession, and because it was not it served no use and no purpose. However, the person who wrote that quote was not talking about a piece of metal made in China. “What is gold in the mine to thee?” is referencing a subject matter of far more importance. What is the use of knowledge about the person of Jesus Christ and all that he did, unless you take hold of it and claim him as “My Redeemer”. I urge you to not leave the life-giving promise of Jesus collecting dust in the workings of your daily life. This is a reminder to me and hopefully a reminder to you as well to take hold of the living Christ and his promises as we claim him as “My Redeemer” every day.