I have the honor of guest posting over at Leah’s The Point today. When Leah asked me to share in her Legacy series, I didn’t really know what to write. To tell you the truth, I wasn’t really sure I had one. . . you know, a legacy! I’m guessing maybe you’d think the same, if I asked —
Are you leaving a legacy?
We think legacy’s are for Mother Teresa, Corrie Ten Boom or Rosa Parks, and we don’t ever stop to consider that legacies are being made by me and you too. For years I never gave much attention to this topic, however; you and I are leaving a legacy, little footprints of ourselves, every moment of every day. So, whether we think we are leaving a legacy or not — we are! Footprints here. Footprints there. A legacy.
Every action or little thing you do and say, leaves a footprint forever in the course of time. And those actions you so effortlessly do leave a finely woven legacy over time. With that thought, I cry out
But recently, I really didn’t care — I didn’t care who smiled or if they did. I was tired and lonely and I wanted to give it all up. I wanted not to care for others. I wanted my own way of life. I wanted to quit.
You might find yourself somewhere in this story, as you hop over to . . .
As I urge you to never, ever quit – please join me over to Leah’s and give her a shout out for such an incredible series on leaving a Legacy, based on her Bible study From the Trash Pile to the Treasure Chest: Creating a Godly Legacy. Leah is one of my blogging buddies that I’ve been fortunate enough to meet in real life. She is just as she is in the blogosphere: warm, loving, truthful and sincere. Hop on over and you’ll soon see!