What Will Happen to Those You Love When You Die?

I know I can’t live forever which means one day I’m going to die. That’s a selfish statement when you really think about it. Here’s a different thought, what will happen to those you love when you die? Will they be okay?

“But those who won’t care for their relatives, especially those in their own household, have denied the true faith. Such people are worse than unbelievers.”
1 Timothy 5:8 NLT
https://www.bible.com/bible/116/1TI.5.8.NLT

“People who won’t care for their relatives are worse than unbelievers.” 

Every time I read scripture I look for two things; 1) the command and 2) the uncommon truth. You could have never sold me on the thought that there was a person who’s worse than an unbeliever, but here it is. We have a responsibility to care for our people. Therefore we need a plan on how to get this done. 

[Pray This] Father, thank you for giving this decree. I have a responsibility to care for my relatives and those in my household. So, I need some help with putting together a plan of action. I want to fulfill your command and be the biggest blessing to my relatives and family in Jesus’ name.

Your Action (What action based on your prayer can you take?):
What can I do today? I think first off I can find a need and fill, but moreover think of ways I can institute lasting legacy with my relatives and family in mind.

For more on this topic, see “Extending Your Legacy Beyond the Grave.”

Prayer Disclaimer Notice: prayer is not a miracle, it’s our conversation with God which gives us insight on how to respond to our situations and the world around us. For more detail, please review our prayer disclaimer notice in its entirety, available at nolongercommon.com/nlc-prayer-disclaimer.  

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