We are forgetful people. In some way or another, we all forget about others, and, some more than others, we're all forgotten. Being forgotten is a deadening experience. What does it mean for us to remember those who are easy to forget? This morning we find Joseph in a desperate place - the most desperate of his life. Up until now, his life has been getting increasingly difficult but he keeps landing on his feet. In Genesis 40, this is no longer the case: Joseph is forgotten in prison. What is God doing? Maybe it seems like not enough? God is being loyal to Joseph, giving him interpretations to the dreams of his fellow prisoners. But his fellow prisoners forget him. God does not forget us, but others often do. But, who do we forget? God remembers us. Who are we being called to remember? What does that look like?