When you die, what do you want your tombstone to say?
Do you want it to say, “He died with the most toys?”
Do you want it to say, “She had a street named after her?”
Do you want it to say, “She came to church every week?”
Do you want it to say, “He accomplished much in his life?”
Do you want it to say, “He was a great hunter?”
Do you want it to say, “She was a great cook.”
Do you want it to say, “He died rich”
Or do you want it to say, “I told you I was sick.”
My sermon was on being a Christian who is significant. I encouraged the congregation to learn to be servants of Christ....not pew couch potatoes. James 1:22 tells us to be “Doers of the Word, not hearers only.” Sunday we had our 2nd Sunday Birthday and Anniversary luncheon. I had forgotten it was today...so I prepared nothing. Thankfully my congregation are "doers" and prepared enough to feed the whole community. Frank came up from Rock Mills and had lunch with us. I love Sunday's...even though busy...they are so full of fellowship and being with God's people. When we got home I watched Cutthroat Kitchen and Frank napped in the recliner. All is well in Karendom. Tomorrow I will be back at school after an early morning doctors appointment.