Keller: Greatest legacy is one of integrity
While waiting in line at PJ’s Monday morning, my friend, Carl Butler, congratulated me on the birth of my recent great-grandchild.
He said, “What a great legacy!” I then said, “The greatest legacy anyone can leave is a legacy of integrity. I’m thankful that God’s not finished with me yet, because I’m still working on mine.”
Before I became a Christian at age 45, my legacy would have been only memories, some good, but many not so good.
I was like a ship without a rudder, not living, just existing. I had a few liberal convictions that didn’t please God.
Today, my convictions are to attempt to be in line with God’s Word.
This will describe who I am and the condition of my heart will determine the direction of my life.
I have to be prepared and ready to defend what God’s Word says, regardless of the consequences.
I now realize that only with convictions of the truth will anyone find their purpose in life.
I pray that God will give me wisdom to continue my journey to eternity with unwavering faith in God and the strength and courage to stand up for what I believe.
If you have any questions or comments, please write Harold Keller at Get High on Life, P.O. Drawer U, Reserve, LA 70084; call 985-652-8477; or e-mail email@example.com.
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