Rev. Steve DeNeff, Proverbs 4:18-19; 10:7; 16:31. By the time most people think of their legacy, it’s too late to worry about it, for legacy is not the way we posture ourselves in front of others but the way that others speak of us after we have left the room. A good name is the reward of the wise; a bad name is the ruin of a fool. One of these is already happening. We are becoming the end of our journey, wise or foolish, and every moment takes us closer there. As goes the river, so goes our legacy. This sermon will explain the importance of finishing well and encourage us to hold fast to the Truth, even in the smallest ways, so that the next generation may follow in the currents of our faith.
November 6, 2016