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SUNDAY TONIC (SUNDAY MAY 27, 2018 What Will You Be Remembered For?


Spread the loveSUNDAY TONIC (SUNDAY MAY 27, 2018 What Will You Be Remembered For? By: Dr. D.K. Olukoya FIRE SCRIPTURE: Acts 9:36-40 MEMORY VERSE: A good man leaveth an inheritance to his childrens children: and the wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just. Proverbs 13:22 THE MESSAGE: The best thing any man can leave behind is an example of a life well lived. A life well lived is a life lived in absolute submission to the will of God. What will you be remembered for? The Bible says that Dorcas was full of good works. David is remembered for confronting and killing Goliath. He is also remembered for being Israels greatest king, a prophet and a musician (psalmist). He is remembered for being a man after Gods heart. Solomon is remembered for building the temple and for his unusual wisdom. Nehemiah is remembered for rebuilding the broken walls of Jerusalem, despite his lowly earthly position as a servant to the king. Elijah is remembered for confronting Ahab and Jezebel, for overcoming the prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel and turning the hearts of Israel back to God after years of Baal worship, apostasy and idolatry. Peter is remembered for his sermon on the day of Pentecost and the souls he won for God that day and afterwards. Paul is remembered for writing two third of the New Testament, his missionary works and for labouring exceedingly to build the church. Beloved, when the history of your family, community, workplace, church, neighbourhood, city and nation are written, what will you be remembered for? An individuals lagacy can be good or evil. Make a decision to leave a good legacy. Ensure you are remembered for something good and worthwhile. Pharoah, the king of Egypt, who was stiff-necked, perished with his

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