As we’ve seen in this series, you have to walk through your origin story before you can work on your legacy. This week we look at a deep question: “When – in what moment – did you become “you”? Our first reaction may be to downplay the idea of “a moment that made us,” but if you had to pick just one, what was it? Chances are it was a moment that you didn’t have much control over…
For the past few weeks, we’ve been talking about origin stories – Abraham’s, and our own. Many of us think our story isn’t that big of a deal – that’s it’s mundane and unremarkable. Or we think it’s not the kind of story that we’d want to tell, because it’s tragic or painful. But your story is bigger and better than you know – and it’s worthy of telling. This week we take a look at the reason that’s true.
In this series, we’re talking about origin stories – Abraham’s, and our own. Because if you know your origin story – how you became you, and what God has been doing in your life – you can begin thinking about and working on your legacy. This week we’ll look at a test – a test that you’ve already taken several times, and probably failed more than once. But take heart, because Abram failed it too!
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