What happens to you after you die?
Death can be a challenging topic to think about, but as Christians, we know that our souls will go to be with Jesus in Heaven. Hopefully you have decades left to live, but if the Lord called you home tomorrow, would you be prepared?
God calls us to be good stewards of His gifts to us in 1 Peter 4:10, which reads, “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” Peter directed this statement at early Christians who wondered how they could best glorify God. The Bible mentions money over 800 times, so clearly it is a significant topic! When you choose to organize your finances and affairs now, it relieves some of the stress from family members in the future as they make funeral arrangements.
Good stewardship means that we handle our wealth, resources, time, talent, and relationships responsibly. We ought to sustain and care for the people who walk with us through life. One way that we can obey his calling is by planning for the future of our possessions and finances once we ourselves are gone.
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