“When you write, you live forever.” Be it good or bad, right or wrong, it will live on.

It stands to reason that just as the writings of Moses, Isaiah, Paul the apostle, and John Wesley live on, we have the opportunity to leave that great of a mark on the world.

I was thinking about our books in that way: what we are producing today will carry on.

Then, it’s a huge thing to realize that in 50, 200, or even 2000 years, people may hold up a book we published and use it to answer a question or even shape doctrine.

We are publishing “epistles” to the world. Talk about scary.

Paul said we should be living epistles (2 Cor. 3:3), so it’s only logical we should be writing them. J