“For I know the plans I have for you”—this is the LORD’s declaration—“plans for your welfare, not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.” — Jeremiah 29:11


Maybe you’ve heard the statement, “Tradition never graduates.” One of the keys to leaving a legacy is to treasure the past and the memories of our “founding fathers” whose shoulders we have stood upon. We must appreciate the important role that others have played in our lives.

While drawing strength from our past, we must also stay focused on a vision for our future. If we want to stay on the cutting edge of fruitful kingdom living, we must constantly review our ministry commitments, learn from our past experiences, and seek the best advice from others—all while humbly praying for God’s Spirit to guide us. To become more effective, coaches must also skillfully balance time and  resources while carefully planning for the future.


1. What legacy are you leaving for others to treasure?
2. What changes need to be made in your life to reach your destiny in Christ Jesus?


Extra Reading: Psalm 1:1; 73:24; Proverbs 20:18


Father God, thank You for encouraging me to leave a Christ-honoring legacy through the power of your Holy Spirit. Amen.

Bible Reference: 
Jeremiah 29