Dear Legacy Dads,
When you see that term in Scripture what does that mean to you? Does that mean to finish well going to Church on Sundays? Praying before meals? Giving a tithe every Sunday? Does it mean to separate your dreams and goals from God’s will for you life? Does it mean that you are in control Monday thru Saturday and that you will give God Sunday from 6am to 11:59 before Sunday NFL kickoff?
When we die, for those of us who are in Christ Jesus, what do you think that will look like?
A high-five by an Angel at the Gates of Heaven with an eternal membership to Glory?
A pat on the back saying way to live the life the way that you wanted to live it?
Nice job, you gave it your best ditch effort?
What if it was more? What if there was an account that needed to be given with what we did with God’s time, with the talent that He gave us and with the treasure that He blessed us with? What if, just what if we had to account for that?
Would this be something that would make you take stock of your life? What you are doing with your finances? How you are spending? What you are spending on?
Would this change the way that you spend your time? Where are you focusing on God’s Kingdom instead of your own. What you are doing with this time? Is it wasted or is it fruitful. If all of my time was to burned away during this account – meaning all that was measure based on God’s litmus test versus all the time that I wasted on me or others that did not build and edify His Kingdom?
What about my talent? Would you use what talent God gave you to glorify His name? Or are you using your talents to build your name?
What about your treasure? Is your checking account God’s? Is your credit card purchases honoring God? Or is everything that you have honoring you?
Before you say to me, “come on Dante, why are you being so serious?” Ask yourself this, “What if I, as a Christian, truly have to give an account of my time, my talent and my treasure.
Food for thought,