Westminster Abbey is the final resting place of some of history’s most illustrious British personalities; men like William Wilberforce, Charles Darwin, Sir Isaac Newton and David Livingstone. These men are known because of what they stand for and what they lived for. On the south choir Isle there hangs a memorial to John and Charles Wesley that says, God buries His workmen, but carries on His work”, a fitting tribute for men whose lives had been lived for the Kingdom of God. Though they have been gone for many years, the part they played in advancing Gods Kingdom is what makes their lives meaningful and significant. In this video Daniel Kolenda travels to London and visits Westminster Abbey. He uses this and other illustrations to ask this most important question: What Are You Living For?