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Elijah (Part III) The Power of LEGACY!

We are so shortsighted. Most of us can only see as far as the next phone, tablet or computer screen and we really don’t think much about we are seeing – we just want to see it, to have our minds toyed with and occupied, never giving thought to what is beyond and what is lasting. In our obsession with the occupation of our moments, we have completely lost one of the greatest things that we could ever personally bring to our world. We have lost the value of LEGACY. Legacy by one definition is “something transmitted by or received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past.” You see, we have the ability to leave a lasting and positive impression on our world, if we would only realize that potential and act on it. Elijah is a great example of legacy. In fact, Elijah left one of the most unique and powerful legacies of any Bible hero. What legacy did he leave? How did he do it?

Are Christians Competing for Gold?

Every fourth summer for two plus weeks we have the opportunity to watch the Olympic games. It is a chance to witness excellence in motion, competition at its peak and sportsmanship on a worldwide scale. We get to witness the world’s best athletes as they put the fruits of their life focus on display in order to be crowned the best of best of the best. Does the life of a Christian mirror any of this? Are we called to live the same kind of discipline and intensity that an Olympic athlete lives? Stay with us as we celebrate the very best of the human form and we investigate the very highest of human aspiration!

Is Your Life by Accident?

Why are you here? Really! Why are you here? Are the events of your life all purely incidental, accidental, or coincidental, or are they observed and reacted to by you with a greater purpose in mind? Is your life a meandering composition of various unconnected circumstances or is it a composition of events that are absorbed and learned from with a specific end in mind? Stay with us as we look into this precious thing we call life and how we handle its bounty!