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“Sir,” the woman said, “you have nothing to draw with and the well is deep. Where can you get this living water? Are you greater than our father Jacob, who gave us the well and drank from it himself, as did also his sons and his livestock?” –John 4:11&12

Here is a true story of posterity. Jacob the grandson of Abraham is believed to have lived from 2006 and 1859BC. During his lifetime Jacob dug a well which didn’t just out live him but was still serving the community nearly 2000 years later, during the time of Christ.

At this time, it makes no difference that Jacob lived in a palace or a tent, rode a donkey or the fastest and most beautiful Steed in the province. Prosperity has its place and it is desirable, but in 200 years, no one is going to care that much what cars you drove but your zeal for a better community will always speak.

Long after your exotic pleasures, fast cars and 4x4s are forgotten, the love behind the care you gave will live on. By the way, this is not a peculiar reserve of the wealthy; none of us can do everything but all of us can do something.

In the midst of all the self-interest today, think posterity. Perhaps God can put a seed in your heart that’ll blossom to benefit the future generations as well. You are blessed alright, now you can be a blessing.

2 Comments to Think Posterity:

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essay services uk on 13 August 2018 10:29
I agree that thinking of posterity is necessary but more necessary is to live the present day rather than being disturbed in thinking future. I hope you understand.
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vergerberh on 12 February 2019 08:15
Nice
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