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“What’s lost is nothing to what’s found, and all the death that ever was, set next to life, would scarcely fill a cup.”
This is what Frederich Buechner who is celebrating his 89th Birthday, wants inscribed on his tombstone.
Now ask yourself: “What do I want inscribed on my tombstone?”
In one sentence give a summation of your fundamental beliefs about God and humanity and your faith journey. This summation may be a wisdom adage, a portion of Scripture, a remembrance of an insight, or anything else. Now share this summation with the God of your life.
Our brief partings on Earth will appear one day as nothing beside the joy of eternity together.
“Almighty and everlasting God, Only speak to us that we may hear thee. Then speak to us again and yet again so that when in our hearts we answer thee by saying No, we may at least know well to whom we say it, and what it costs us to say it, and what it costs our brothers, and what it costs thee.”
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