How do you measure your life?

(I have created a video about how to live a life well spent. You might want to check it out!)

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Some people live a hundred while others die at 10. 

Some people live a good life while others live a difficult one.

There are even people who are alive physically but dead spiritually.

In all the unpredictability of life, how do you measure it?

How can you be sure that you have lived a life well spent?

You see, my friend, our life is not measured by years.

It is not measured by how much money we have in the bank.

It is not measured by your educational attainment or the amount of influence you have.

Our life is measured by how much of our life we have dedicated to God.

Our life is measured by how much we have loved, how much we have helped others, and how much we have made this world a better place.

Some people may have reached old age, but how much of their lives has actually been spent for God’s work?

I remember Yahshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ), our Master and Savior, who was crucified in the early 30s.

He died young, but His life was filled with zeal and passion for God’s work.

He didn’t live to reach a ripe age, but He surely lived a powerful and magnificent life.

What I’m trying to say to you right now is to strive to leave a legacy that will outlive you.

Spend your life for a cause that is greater than you.

Live your life for God and others.

So that when you reach the end of your life, you can look back and say, “I live a life worth living for.”


If you wish to learn more about how you can live a fulfilling and blessed life, please read chapter 1 of my Becoming Christians course, “Inspiring Stories.” This chapter is designed to help you understand what it takes to live a victorious life!


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