Some of you remember the actor David Cassidy? He was a teen heartthrob from the 70s. Don’t ask me how I know this (I’m old). He passed away not long ago. It’s rumored that as he said goodbye to his family some of his last words were, “So much wasted time.” It’s one of the things that keeps me up at night. As I think about legacy, I think about what I do on an average day and how much of it really matters in the grand scheme of things, I’m afraid much of what I’m doing isn’t that important.
A legacy is what you leave with the people you’re closest to after you’re gone. It’s what lives on after you die. How will you be remembered? It’s the impact you made in this life while you were here.
It’s been said every man leaves a legacy, but if we’re honest so does every mom, grandparent, sister, brother…
The question is not if you will leave a legacy, because everyone will. The question is what kind of legacy you are going to leave?
Join us this Sunday as we jump into God’s Word and contrast three examples of legacy. One of them is a great example and the other one’s not so great and the third is just beginning. I hope you’re ready to grow together as we worship God through his Word.
See you Sunday,