Imagine you’ve died and your family members are gathered around a table reflecting on your life. They would like to come up with a phrase or short sentence that sums up your life – of what really mattered to you. But what?
Interesting question, isn’t it? And, no doubt, this scene actually will be carried out for a good many of us one day. So, what do you think? What might make a good summary statement of your life? What would those who have known you best say?
Join Pastor Larry McCall in Philippians 1:21-26 as we look at Paul’s very personal, passionate testimony of what mattered most to him. One of the most memorable sentences in the Bible, no doubt, is “For to me to live is Christ and to die is gain.”
Now, wouldn’t that be a wonderful life summary? What has to happen for you and me to actually live (and die) that way?