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I Can’t Remember Your Name
CHAPLAIN Bryant Nobles had been with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marines, for about two weeks. He walked, rode jeeps, and flagged helicopters to get around to all the rifle companies ...

I Can’t Remember Your Name

Throughout the night, Nobles moved among the Marines giving first aid and encouragement, in his words, “doing whatever I could while praying without ceasing. My faith in God met its supreme challenge.” He was later decorated for his service to the men he had known for so short a time. His most meaningful reward, however, came the night after the battle:

Just before turning in for the night the Commanding Officer requested that I pray with him. After the prayer, he grasped my hand and said, “Chaplain, I can’t even remember your name, but I thank God you were with us last night.” This reward far exceeded the medal I later received.

Our rewards can come in many forms. Recognition from someone we respect surely ranks among the best. Sometimes there is no reward at all other than our knowledge that we have done the right thing. Whatever our rewards, or lack of them, during this life, we anticipate the time when we will stand before our Savior hoping fervently that something we have done will elicit the response that will fill our hearts for all eternity:

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