Revolution Church
November 14, 2021 Group / Personal Study Guide
Use this simple study guide to help you dig deeper into the weekend message with your family, your small group, or even act as a guide during your own personal quiet time with God. Grab your Bible or Bible App and a journal and write down what God puts on your heart!
Locations & Times
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  • Revolution Church
    9360 Corporate Dr #106, Selma, TX 78154, USA
    Thursday 6:00 PM

Worship While You Dig

Check out the Revolution Church worship playlist on Spotify while you dig deeper!

http://www.revyourlife.com/worship
Big Idea
What do we want people to say about us when we’re gone? What do we want God to remember about the lives we lived on Earth? If we want our names and our memories to be remembered with joy, we must be intentional about it. That’s what living a legacy life is all about.

Legacy is not about being famous - it’s about living a life that honors God; it’s not an event, but a lifestyle. We live legacy lives when we love God, love people, and invest in something bigger than ourselves. A life lived for ourselves is uninspiring and dies merely with us. But a life lived for others goes beyond us and touches lives even after we’re gone. Let us all accept the call to live a life of legacy!
“Surely the righteous will never be shaken; they will be remembered forever.” (Psalm 112:6 NIV)
What are we called to do? Be witnesses.

Where are we called to do it? Everywhere.
Legacy: What people remember when we're gone.
Legacy: What God remembers when we're gone.

What we do for ourselves usually dies with us. What we do for others lives beyond us.
Our Legacy Lanes:

Revolution Church
“They were a church of found people finding people. People all over the San Antonio area found a relationship with God by the cross of Jesus Christ because Revolution Church was there. Lives were changed. It was revolutionary!”

Local Missions
“They served people and poverty levels declined, crime rates fell, recidivism lowered, and the oppressed found hope. Their city was touched by God’s love and opened their hearts to God.”

National Missions
“They invested in new churches and strengthened existing churches. Then, those life-giving, local churches went out and reached the world!”

International Missions
“They took the Gospel global and were part of the generation that saw more people come to Christ than any generation before them.”
Expansion
“They said yes to God, before they even knew what God was going to ask of them. Their heart cry was “God, thy kingdom come, thy will be done!”

When all of us do a little, we do a lot together.

1. Legacy people have an eternal mindset.
The goal isn't to live on earth forever, but to leave something that does.

2. Legacy people understand sacrifice.
Success is determined by what we're willing to give up.

3. Legacy people sense an urgency.
Talk About It
• Legacy often involves sacrifice - what are you willing to sacrifice in order to live a legacy life?
• In order to live a legacy life, you must take initiative and seize opportunity. How do you plan to take initiative in living a legacy life in the upcoming year?
• Imagine how different tomorrow would be if you knew it was the last day of your life. Think about your last wishes. Do you have a plan in place to make those wishes reality? Why or why not?
Be bold and pray with power.
Father God, thank you for the precious gift of life. Help us, as we live legacy lives, to keep an eternal mindset, understand sacrifice, and have a sense of urgency. Help us to remember and appreciate the legacy of Jesus Christ and to see it at work in the lives and hearts of people today. In Jesus' name, Amen!