What do you live for? What are your true values? What do you really care about? You may find that your values are not the ones you thought you had. I think it was Stephen Covey who said that we should always begin with the end in mind. Forgive me for getting dark here, but doing funerals as a pastor has made me want to live for more. In every funeral, everybody says something good, but you can tell when people really think it’s good or not. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want the preacher to lie at my funeral. So imagine your funeral and what people are going to say about you there. Those are your values! You may think you have other values, but what you want people to say when you pass, those are your values and what you ought to live for. I know what I’d want people to say: The best dad, the best grandpa, the greatest husband, and the truest friend. That’s what really matters! If you live for that kind of life, you are going to have the most joy-filled, godly, and awesome life you could ever have today! You live for what really matters. Look, I want you to succeed in business or in ministry, but never forget that your true values are what you want people (and even more importantly: our Heavenly Father) to say about you that you were a life giving, friendly, loving and Christ-like person.