I am getting ready for Church and I just got done reading this devotional on lhm.org. It discusses a survey given to people who are over 95.
What would you change about your life?
There were many answers given, but most of them fell into three categories:
- I would reflect more. (This was one of the most popular answers.)
- I would risk more.
- I would do more things that would live on after I'm dead.
What an amazing gift! Things we can focus on now!
Questions I will be asking myself:
What are some ways I can reflect more and what should I reflect on? I would like to reflect more on God's Glory, the gifts I received from him and his will for my life.
What risks am I not taking that I should? This sounds like a new end-of-the-day journal. A list of the risks I took and the risks I could have taken throughout a day. The first thing that pops into my head was, did I have any opportunities to talk about Christ that I missed?
The last question is a tough one for me. According to the Bible the only things we can take with us are faith, hope, and love so if anything I would focus on being a more loving person. If I want to leave a legacy in the world it would have to be loving my neighbor.
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