Building a Legacy of Grace

What's Your Story?

From the rich and famous to the ordinary, everyday folks like you and me - everybody has one. What's your story? Perhaps like me, you have lived in the aftermath of generational tragedy . Even more disheartening, you may currently  be watching the results of your own poor choices play out in the lives of your descendants. Do you feel at times as though there is no end to this ruinous chain of past events? Do you wonder if there is any hope of breaking this grievous cycle? 

In reading Isaiah 61:4  (see above) I was encouraged by the possibility of rebuilding my own family's ancient ruins. History has proven that just one person in one generation can affect a change that will pass on to many future generations. Could it be that you are that one person?

That remarkable idea has become somewhat of a mission statement for the remainder of my time here on earth. Writing My Father's Ledger  has been my part in what I believe to be just one step in helping to build a new legacy - A Legacy of Grace. It is my intention in writing Tails of Grace and Mercy to hold out the same message of  hope and healing, And by the power of God's amazing love and grace to inspire you to dare to hope for your own life story to be made anew! 

Build: To develop or form (something) gradually.

Rebuild:  To build (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed. to make important improvements or changes in (something)

Legacy: Something transmitted by or received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past. 

Webster's Dictionary

And they shall rebuild the old ruins, They shall raise up the former desolations; the desolations of many generations.    Isaiah 61:4