Make My Mark sermon video. Which part of the writing on gravestones is the most important? Would it be the birth date, or the death date? Or is it the in-between-time – the mark? When we truly think about it, the most important part is the mark. This is somewhat strange when we think about it, isn’t it? The mark – the dash – is the part representing what we did with our lives and, like it or not, we each will ‘leave’ a mark. Are you making a mark?

I Want To Leave Something Here
By Pastor Delbert Young

Make My Mark sermon video

Make My Mark sermon video

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Make My Mark sermon video

Scriptures: John 15:16, Luke 5:27, 28, Jeremiah 29:11, John 18:37, 1 John 4:14, Numbers 20:12

I want to go ahead and state my main point and then we will talk about it. On gravestones, we usually see the lives of people abbreviated by a birth date, a mark called a dash, and a death date. For example, on the gravestone of Marilyn Monroe, a mega-star in the 1950’s and 1960’s who committed suicide by a drug overdose, it says “Marilyn Monroe “1926 1962.” At the memorial of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, our 35th president who was assassinated in 1963, it says, “1917 1963.” At the tomb of Abraham Lincoln, it says, “1809 1865.”

Which part of the writing on those gravestones is the most important? Would it be the birth date, or the death date? Is birth more important, or is death? On the other hand, is it the in-between-time – the mark? When we truly think about it, the most important part is themark. This is somewhat strange when we think about it, isn’t it? The mark – the dash – is the part representing what we did with our lives and, like it or not, we each will “leave” a mark. However, leaving a mark is not my title.

How is your dash – mark – looking? I said we all… (continue sermon notes)

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