My Will to Do His Will
O depth of wealth, wisdom, and knowledge in God!  How unsearched his judgments, how untraceable his ways!  Who knows the mind of the lord?  Who has been his counselor?  Who has ever made a gift to him, to receive a gift in return?  Source, Guide and Goal of all that is – to Him be glory forever! Amen

Therefore, my brothers, I implore you by God’s mercy to offer yourselves to him: a living sacrifice, dedicated and fit for his acceptance, the worship offered by mind and heart.  Adapt yourselves no longer to the pattern of this present world, but let your minds be remade and your whole nature thus transformed.  Then you will be able to discern the will of God, and know what is good, acceptable and perfect.” – Romans 11:33 – 12:2 NEB
Your Last Will and Testament

Statistics reveal that approximately 70% of people do not have a Will.  Not having a Will can result in your assets being distributed in ways that you never intended.  What about small children? Who will get custody in the event of a couple’s death?  Do you want to leave a Christian testimony with what God has entrusted you with?


The making of a Will is actually long-range planning for the protection of family interests, a means of assuring dependable and economical management of financial resources, and can be a lasting expression of Christian stewardship – a legacy.

The Will, a valuable planning tool, should be done early in adult life.  It should be changed as family commitments and other conditions change.  This written expression of your desired distribution of possessions upon your death should be done in such a manner as to eliminate to the maximum degree any misunderstandings of your intent to promote sound Biblical stewardship principles with the possessions God has entrusted you with. 

Writing a Will should be as normal as planning an insurance program or a savings schedule.  Making a Will need not cause anxiety concerning death if one accepts the fact that death is by a normal part of life.  On the contrary, making a Will can be a lasting testimony of one’s acknowledgement of the Lordship of Christ in all of life.

Your Will is one of the most important documents you will ever sign.  It alone speaks with authority after your death.  It is the final expression of your love for family, your love for God and will be your final act of stewardship on earth.

Neither the author nor the publisher of this publication is engaged in rendering legal or tax advisory service.  For advice and assistance in specific cases, the services of an attorney or other professional person should be obtained.  The purpose of this publication is to provide accurate and authoritative information of a general character only.