Pentecost: Linking Ethical lLegacy To Financial Legacy: Make it profitable. Pentecost.
Response to an essay on allocating time by Gary North on his site.
At a man's death, great power is released into the field of time.
So, 'Can you link your ethical legacy to your financial legacy?'
Were we to echo Pentecost, we would amen Jesus.
His death was the death of death, and the death of deaths. That is, it was the death of deaths in that it was the greatest of all possible deaths, since he was resurrected.
And it was the death of death in Owens' sense.
The great power Jesus' death released was Pentecost, the leading of us into all truth, and a great truth being that the Spirit prepares the Bride, in an Esther sense: Jordan.
This beautification was Adam's first task (dressing the Garden, naming), and our last, in an ABCB'A' way.
Thanks for this, Dr. North, about time and zero sum and linking legacies.
Love in King Jesus,
PS: There is a sense in which we echo the Creation Days by speaking vows, and making --not creating -- such times as married time, war time, peace time, business partnership time, church membership time, military service time. This also echoes death, for, while living, we give up some life time and/or ledge to do so. One calls that 'true speech,' incarnational speech.
[Who will carry on? Funeral Sermon.]