I don’t forward many emails. I don’t read many forwarded emails either. Much of it is “old junk” or “critical junk” or just plain “waste of time junk.” But recently one of the members of the church I pastor (his name is Alan) forwarded me a blog post that was just plain…well, how can I say this…good and inspirational. I would like to ask you to read it, but pay particular attention to the last two paragraphs.
Several things you can do.
Follow Josh’s links on the right and you can see a bit more about him.
Scroll down several posts on Josh’s site or go here and see if the one doesn’t bring to mind something marvelous.
The best thing we can all learn and do is to ask ourselves the question he ponders in the second post: will I die well? I know this has been asked over and over- here as well as other blogs-but it
deserves, no needs, to be asked again: how do you plan to die? What are you/I doing to prepare for eternity? What if I knew that today would be my last day? Worth pondering and answering.
Nothing profound from me today (is there ever? ) Just a probing post written by someone who is already enjoying the Father’s presence. What do you think? How
will you are you answering the question?
One housecleaning item: several folks over the past couple of days have emailed me that my posts are appearing in their inbox but not posting. I know of some where I have posted, but later they are not showing up. (Jon, if you read this, your “question” post is one). I am sorry for whatever is happening. Please let me know if that is happening on your blog.