Since you are reading this, I can make a very simply deduction – you are alive. But, even though you are alive, the question becomes: “Are you really living?”
To really make the most of this one life that God has given us, we must make sure that we spend our days doing the right things for the right reasons. And how we live will be, to a large extent, based upon who we are living for: ourselves or others.
In this sermon, I took the congregation of Westside Baptist Church through Esther 5 and we looked at Esther and Haman. Esther illustrated what it looks like to be others-centered and Haman illustrated what it looks like to be utterly self-centered.
It was and is my prayerful desire that this sermon will cause those who view it to desire to spend their life in such a way that they leave a wonderful legacy by living it for others.
You can download my sermon notes by clicking this link: “Who Are You Living For?” (Esther 5:1-14)
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