Advice for Leaders | Francis Chan
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Life is brief, very brief. So, what lesson do you take from the brevity of life. One lesson you learn from the brevity of life is not to waste the life (Eccl. 11:9-10). Do not take your music to the grave; sing the song of your life. Far too many people put off living life until it is too late to live it. Life is a gift from God. God gives you the prospect of a long life as an incentive to honor your father and mother (Ephesians 6:1-3). Embrace this brief life. Know that it is ending. Identify and fulfill your hearts’ passion, while keeping God in mind.
God created life for you to enjoy (1 Tim. 6:17). If you enjoy the outdoors, then get out of doors. If you enjoy painting, then paint. If you enjoy gardening then plant a garden. You get this one life. If you waste it, you do not get “do-overs.” Therefore, live this life in such a manner that when you get to the end and look back, you can smile. There will be things you wish you had done differently. No one will have a perfect record. However, it is possible to look back with general satisfaction.
God is not opposed to you enjoying life. He is not against good cooking. He is not against a good laugh. He is not against success. He is the one that created life and all the good things in life. When you embrace life in a manner consistent with God’s design, He smiles and approves. Decide what you want to do with your life and do it. Be the best you can be in your life.
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