DAY 5 OF 5
What are you going to leave behind?
Being purposefully purposeful involves living life with the knowledge of what you will leave behind – your legacy.
The greatest legacy isn’t net worth or real estate or our trophies - but the impact we made. Today, let’s challenge ourselves to live a righteous life that will impact generations to come. Let’s choose to model the Word of God as a lifestyle, rather than just gathering knowledge. Let’s decide to be those who give glory to God rather than promote ourselves.
You can make a difference by choosing not to be indifferent to the things of God and others. And that involves displaying love toward your brother or sister. Let us live to make a difference by inspiring, influencing, and uplifting others. Often, a kind word or a simple gesture can be the turning point in the life of a person bereft of hope.
We usually do not find the name of people with the greatest legacy among the richest, the rulers, or even the most talented. But he or she is someone who always pointed others towards eternity.
You don’t need to be a world-famous evangelist to point others towards a Savior who can rescue them from sin and usher them into a glorious eternity.
Live intentionally to create memories - not random memories, but those that warm hearts and stir people to higher living.
Let’s not get so caught up in the busyness of the treadmill of life that we forget to create beautiful pictures that imprint themselves on the hearts of those in our circles of influence.
If you are not living out your unique purpose, it does not matter what else you achieve, accomplish, or establish during the time and space we call life. You have been hand-picked, appointed, and commissioned by the Maker Himself to be fruitful. You have been chosen to live your purpose.
About this Plan
We're often told that we should live a life of purpose, but what does that mean? And, how do we discover that purpose? This Bible Plan seeks to answer those questions using examples of figures from the Bible and pointing...