Necessary Endings. πŸ₯²
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Necessary Endings. πŸ₯²

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(Acts 20:22-24) And now I am bound by the Spirit to go to Jerusalem. I don't know what awaits me, except that the Holy Spirit tells me in city after city that jail and suffering lie ahead. But my life is worth nothing to me unless I use it for finishing the work assigned me by the Lord Jesusβ€”the work of telling others the Good News about the wonderful grace of God.

Observation: My wife and I have been told we sometimes make people feel uncomfortable. We have unfortunately experienced a lot of loss in our lives. We have had to say goodbye to many great people as they have passed from this life into eternity. The main way we have dealt with this is through humor and keeping it a part of our normal conversation. Death has taught us to enjoy life and to understand that nothing lasts forever. It is essential to enjoy what we have while we have it and to understand that endings are sometimes necessary. It doesn't mean people passing away, people moving away, or seasons coming to a close are ever easy. We have simply learned to enjoy them and that seasons coming to an end does not take away from their beauty. We are living right now in what we will one day call the "good ole days." That is what I loved about this passage. Paul knows he will not see the people of Ephesus again. Instead of letting the moment slip, he says goodbye and embraces the moment. Β 

Application: Never pass up the opportunity to have important conversations. One day it will be gone.

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