Your Epitaph
(Matthew 16:26) What good will it be for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul? Or what can anyone give in exchange for their soul?

You are living out your epitaph every single day. How you choose to live life and conduct yourself is what people will most remember about you after you die. What do you think your epitaph is saying about you right now? Does it say people will strain to remember a time you may have done something nice for them? Or does it resonate with the voices of people who will say how special you made them feel whenever they were around you? It is not for you to worry about what people say about you. But - you should have some concern about how you treat them in the present - because right now is all that you have, and it is what will speak of you after you are gone. The best way to go about living your epitaph is to live out the answer to this familiar and considerable question: "What would Jesus do?"