Just a few years ago, Felix Baumgartner broke the world record for the highest jump and longest freefall when he jumped out of a special space capsule attached to a helium-filled balloon at 128,100 feet. What fascinated me was what he said before he jumped.
“I know the whole world is watching right now and I wish the world could see what I can see. Sometimes you have to go up really high to understand how small you really are. I’m going home now.”
What Felix Baumgartner really experienced right before he jumped was a shift in perspective… a renewed focus on life. As we study Ecclesiastes 3 this Sunday, Solomon starts to bring life into focus. As his perspective begins to shift, so does his attitude about life and what’s important. Join us tomorrow as we dive into Ecclesiastes 3, “Why We Need A Shift In Focus”.