Legacy

Legacy

Hebrews 11:1-15; 39-40

leg•a•cy [leg-uh-see] noun, plural -cies. 1. a gift of property, esp. personal property, by will; a bequest. 2. anything handed down from the past, as from an ancestor or predecessor. Statistically in the United States, Life Expectancy age has continued to rise to where a person can live to an average of 78 years. Wow! Is that all? Think about it, 78 years, that is not really a long time at all. So, what is it that you want to leave as a legacy? Yes, we pass things onto our spouse, children, grandchildren, friends, etc. More importantly, what is our legacy for God that we will leave for the generations behind us, so they can know Jesus?

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