As we grow older, most of us begin to grapple with the inevitable question of what our legacy will be.
It’s human nature to strive, and indeed, that striving in humans is placed there by God. The desire to make, to build, to create, to do: it all comes from Him. The trick is to realize that it is only what we do for God that will remain, and so we must wonder: how can I construct a godly legacy?
Despite his brutal death on the heights of Mt. Gilboa, Jonathan left a godly legacy not only for his family, but also for Israel: his actions preserved the man from whose family line the Messiah would eventually come.
Join me for a study that examines the end of Jonathan’s life, a not-so-incidental tamarisk tree, and what building a godly legacy looks like!
The study is available here.