A COSTLY LOSS – Tribute to Myles Munroe By Lance Wallnau

Dr. Myles Munroe, the leader of Bahamas Faith Ministries, was killed Sunday when the plane he was in hit a construction crane, exploded and crashed in the Bahamas.

Munroe’s wife, Ruth, was also among the 9 victims of the crash in Grand Bahama, according to the Bahamas Tribune.

The small plane crashed after hitting the crane in a shipyard on approach to the Grand Bahama International Airport, according to officials there.According to The Associated Press, the Lear 36 Executive Jet had departed from Nassau. It crashed about 5 p.m. local time Sunday while attempting to land at Grand Bahama International Airport. Myles was arriving to facilitate a leadership conference.

David said :”Precious in the site of the Lord is the death of his saints.” (Psalm 116:5) This does not mean that the person who dies was precious. It means it is a costly thing for a saint to die. It takes a lifetime to make a vessel fit for use and it COSTS HEAVEN every time a valuable servant departs. Precious in the site of the Lord is the death of his saints. Its expensive when valuable leaders depart.

Dr. Myles Munroe - a costly loss

Dr. Myles Munroe – a costly loss

Does it seem like something is wring when young men die? Consider that life isn’t measured in full years lived but years lived fully.Eat up the moment and consume the opportunity.

Consider Myles, he was a prodigious writer, speaker, builder and leader. He leaves the legacy of a life fully and vigorously lived doing his divine purpose. To him…time was Precious and he ate up every part of it. What a leader, mentor, coach and force to be reckoned with.

We pray for all his staff, family and fellowship. May we honor his memory by living like his live. Someday he and I will pick up on the last conversation we had. Missing him already.

As Maximus would say…
“Strength and Honor” my friend,

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