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 There are events that are forever etched in our memories, and yet there are others that quickly vanish. Events that have occurred on the world stage are easily remembered because of historical records. Equally, if not more important than remembering national and world news, is remembering the events, people, places, etc. that touch our lives personally. They might never be recorded in print or on video, but they have greater impact on us and far more influence in directing our paths.

Why is Remembering Important?

Our minds are a precious gift from God and we are to use them to reason in God-honoring ways. Our ability to remember directs our lives, and by allowing our memories to reveal God’s presence and faithfulness we will remember rightly. Then, when we experience difficult times or times of feeling distant from God, we will remember that He is always there. He is faithful and true and is creating a beautiful mosaic of our lives—a mosaic designed according to His plan, and for His purposes.

Why the Butterfly? A Book About Rightly Remembering

Learn to rightly remember. It will establish your heart , anchor your soul , and transform your mind . It will change your life.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: SHARI ABBOTT is a Christian apologist, author, and the executive director and founder of Reasons for Hope* Jesus. She describes herself as a disciple of Jesus Christ, a wife to Steve, the mother of two daughters, and a grandmother of two. She is passionate about equipping and encouraging Christians to know Jesus better and to love Him more. Shari is the author of the books Why the Butterfly?  Remember Me, Who Said That? Got Questions? Fun with Shuns, How to Witness to Jehovah’s Witnesses, and Hear, See, Speak & Post No Evil. 

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Who Said That?

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A house divided cannot stand. Am I my brother’s keeper? Laughter is the best medicine. No rest for the wicked. A little birdie told me. Going to Hell in a hand basket. At my wit’s end. Apple of my eye.

Find out who said those things (and 134 other sayings) in our popular Who Said That? book.

We all say them… short phrases that convey a message. Those little, common, everyday sayings that often consist of figurative language always have a well understood meaning. Many of them have been popular for centuries, so it’s no surprise that they find their origins in the words of the Bible.

Who Said That? Common everyday sayings...

Do you want to give the Good Book to non-believing friends, but they just don’t want it? Give them a book that reveals phrases and sayings that come from the Bible. This just might open their eyes and generate interest to learn more of what God's Word has to say.

The book will equip Christians to recognize sayings that originate in the Bible, so, when they hear them, they can respond with, “Who said that?” Then they can share the biblical origin and turn the conversation to one of spiritual importance.

This book can also serve as a type of “tract” for your non-believing family and friends. It’s simply a look at the origins of sayings...until the last few pages. The book closes with the saying, “Yada, yada, yada,” which means “you know, you know, you know.” The statement is then made:

“God knows [yada] you” and the question is asked “Do you know [yada] God?”

The question is followed by a gospel presentation and an invitation to repent and trust in Christ, making this book a simple way to share the gospel with an unsaved (and often uninterested or unwilling-to-listen) friend.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: SHARI ABBOTT, executive director of Reasons for Hope* Jesus, is an avid Bible reader and teacher. She is passionate about equipping and encouraging Christians to know Jesus better and to love Him more. Shari is the author of the books, Why the Butterfly? A Book About Rightly Remembering, Remember Me – A Course In Rightly Remembering, Who Said That? Common everyday sayings…where do they come from? Got Questions? We have Reasons for Hope (Reasons Books 1, 2, 3 & 5), Fun with Shuns (biblical words ending in -tion), How to Witness to Jehovah’s Witnesses, Hear, See, Speak & Post No Evil, and A Room with a View of Eternity. Foreword by Alex McFarland

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