It is my wish and most cherished hope that God would be pleased with my legacy, that lives would be changed by it, and that the world would be immeasurably better because I was privileged to leave a legacy at all. And if perchance I am fortunate enough to have these things come to pass, I can then rest in the fact that I have lived well.
If the footprints I leave through life are no bigger than my shoe-size, I’m probably not leaving a whole lot for others to follow. It might therefore be wise to swap out my shoe-size for God’s. See more at https://clounsbrough.wordpress.com/.
“The only way I can introduce you to my sons is through me.” Whoa. Heard that from a grieving father who had lost his son in war. I can’t imagine the pain of losing a child that was an adult. By then you know who they are, what drives them, what annoys them, what makes […]