“Why would I ever buy Life Insurance?!”

One of my favorite verses from the Bible that has really always stuck with me and inspired me to be part of the Insurance industry is James 4:14: ‘Yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes.’

It causes me to reflect on how little time on this earth we are promised. The time with family and friends is precious. Life goes by so quickly. Tomorrow is not promised and yet we can choose to live for today, celebrating the time we do have right now.

When someone asks me, “Why would I ever buy life insurance?” I often ask for them to take a moment to get outside of themselves and think about their loved ones. What they would do if he/she was not around tomorrow. Because tomorrow is not promised, it makes reality set home to consider the tangible needs that their loved ones will need for the present and the future. Most often the person I’m talking to has an inner battle going on inside, “I’m going to be gone, so what do I care?” VS “What will my family truly need if I’m gone?”

There isn’t much that hasn’t already been said about life insurance. So, I just like to keep it honest and straightforward. To consider life insurance and pay for it each month you must genuinely love another person, the survivors after you’re gone. Because it really is not about you when you go ahead and pay that premium. It is the consideration of others before yourself to provide if you don’t come home at the end of the day.

If you’d like to talk about your specific options of great Term, Whole, and Universal Life choices, reach out for guidance by a trusted Guidelight Insurance agent for a no-pressure, informational conversation today.

Since 1927, we take pride in helping local folks in our North Carolina communities feel secure knowing they are covered on all fronts. We’re a different kind of insurance agency.

If you have any questions regarding service or policies with Guidelight Insurance, feel free to call us at (828) 552-5477 or email us at [email protected].

Jason Trent
Jason Trent
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