…If so, you have come to the wrong place.
Do we live on “in memory” after we die?
When I visit my dear father’s grave, I also visit the graves of my great-great grandparents. They are buried next to my father. Their graves are well over a century old.
They were dead before my father was even born. I never knew them. I can say without the slightest doubt that there is not a soul on earth who remembers anything about my great-great grandparents. I may be the only one who ever gives them a thought, which I do when I see their grave markers, and I pray that they will rest in peace.
Someday, a century or two from now, no one on earth will remember any of us.
A century or two after that, our graves themselves will be forgotten, their markers destroyed by some force of man or nature. All memory of us will be wiped off the face of the earth.
Shall we not, therefore, hope in Christ?
What other hope do we have?
Either we hope to live forever in Him, or we accept the inevitable darkness of utter oblivion.
I choose Christ.
Also–I root for the Caps!