Leaving a Legacy Ministries with Codi Gandee

Using the Word to Encourage Others



Treasure Filled

The man stood gazing out into the field full of treasure. It could be his he was told. 

The man tried to wrap his mind around the proposal: someone had prepared a field full of treasure-just for him. His meager assets, in comparison, would be the only thing he would have to sacrifice to get it. The full price had already been paid. 

It was a no-brainer. Of course he would take the offer!

You are that man. Jesus has prepared the field for you. The treasure is eternal life in heaven. The price has been paid by Christ himself shedding his blood as a remission for our sin. All that’s asked of us is to give ourselves as a living sacrifice in return. 

If you’re still considering the offer, don’t waste another minute. 

If you’ve taken the proposal, wouldn’t you agree that it’s the best decision you’ve ever made? 🙂

You Reap What You Sow

When your eyes are opened to the life you’re living what do you see?

Can you look around and see evidence of righteousness, mercy and grace?

Or do you look around to only find wickedness, deceit and sin?

Maybe you wonder “How did I get here? What has happened to me?” The answer is: it is what you worked for. The bible teaches that a person reaps what they sow.

If you like what you’re “harvesting” keep “planting the same seeds”. If you are unhappy with your “fruit” it isn’t too late to start “sowing different seeds”.



Growing Grapes

Galatians 5:22-23

Isaiah 5:1-4

Wild grapes. Even after the owner of the vineyard worked diligently to bring in a good crop. He only reaped wild grapes. Even though he placed his vineyard on good foundation, fenced it, took away the stones from the ground, picked the best variety of grapes and built a winepress to harvest the them. He still yet only grew wild grapes.

God has given you the best foundation to build your life on: Jesus. He has carved out exactly where you are now so that you can grow in Him. He has surrounded you with protection and is willing and ready to defend you. He is eagerly awaiting you to grow. He expects it.

You have been set up to be successful. Are you?

Is the fruit you’re growing a reflection of appreciation to God for His love, blessing and care that He has lavished upon you?

Or are you just growing wild grapes?

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