Remembering to Forget Forgetting to Remember

QR Codes, you see them everywhere. But what if we could put a QRC on someone so that we could scan them and find out who they were, what their likes were, what were the things that they have done (good and bac), is this someone that we can trust, are there things that we should be concerned about with this person, is this the kindof person that I want my family, kids, friends being influenced by? the list of questions is endless and all of them could be answered by the information we would see from scanning the QRC. Sounds science fiction doesn't it?

In a way it is not as far fetched as it seems.  Many people are know putting QR codes on their gravestones or the gravestones of friends and loved ones who have already passed.  Just recently five Medal of Honor recipients had them placed on their graves so that people could come and know who these servicemen really were, what they did, how they lived.

What would your QR Code tell people about you?  Would it point people to the legacy you would want to leave? What is the legacy that you are leaving for your family, your friends, your church, your country, and this world?  These are all important questions and legacy is something that we are making every single day of our life.  Legacy is not something that you work on or do when you get older. Your legacy is a combination of all the decisions that you make. big and small, throughout your life.  We are not promised tomorrow. If we were to die tonight our legacy would be finished and put in the books so to speak.

I encourage you to listen to this weeks sermon and be challenged to begin forgetting the things that we should be forgetting and to start remembering the things that God is asking us to remember.

Remembering to Forget Forgetting to Remember