At the end of the day, what will people say about you? If folks were totally candid, totally honest, how would your epitaph read? In the Talmud it is suggested that to be successful in this life you should plant a tree, have a child, or write a book. This means you should be sure that you have exerted an influence for good in this life that lives on after your days are on earth are done. In each chapter popular author James W. Moore asks the question, “Just how will you be remembered...” as one who knew Christ’s healing love, who celebrated the joy of the journey, who knew the Gift of the Holy Spirit, who knew how to trust the right things, who knew the power of compassion, who knew how to teach children the key things in life, who knew the importance of prayer, who knew right from wrong, who knew the significance of the battle within, who knew the power of words, who knew “that great gettin’-up mornin\'\', who knew how to be beautifully extravagant? who knew how to be a real friend, who knew how to close the gate? The book’s epilogue provides some valuable insight into how to become that kind of person and is called “Making Every Day Count!” Also included in the book is a study guide.
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