TOMORROW

YESTERDAY

Yesterday I wrote about the blessing of chemotherapy. It brings me closer to God,  and I feel the love of people around me, people are so kind, I have the opportunity to tell medical people about the love of Jesus, and taking care of myself today may be what keeps me alive tomorrow.

LIFE

We take life for granted. Tomorrow, we could get into a car accident and die. Tomorrow we could have a heart attack. Tomorrow we could have a stroke. Tomorrow we could get a diagnosis of cancer or some other terminal disease. None of us, or those we love, are guaranteed another day of life.

WHAT TO DO

That is why it is so important to see your doctor regularly, eat right, get sleep, exercise, limit our stress in any way we possible can. We need to do what we can to help ourselves have a healthy tomorrow. That is why we need to tell people today how much we love them, and how much they mean to us. That is we need to tell them today that if they want eternal life they need to repent of their sin and trust in Jesus death on the cross, resurrection, and seat on the throne of heaven. They need to ask Jesus to be their Lord and Savior today and not tomorrow.

WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS

“Come now, you who say today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there…you do not know what tomorrow will bring. For what is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes.” James 4;13-14

MY PRAYER

Thank you Jesus for dying on the cross to pay for my sins. I thank you that when I repented of my sin and trusted in Jesus you promised me eternal life and a home in heaven. I know that is I did\ed tomorrow, I would be in heaven with you. Thank you for your mercy, love and grace. Thank you for saving a dinner like me. In Jesus name I pray, amen.

Terri D

 

 

10 thoughts on “TOMORROW

  1. Terri, I love the cover photo you offer here. I also appreciate your perspective on enjoying today and trusting in God for tomorrow. I will love my family well, and I also will pray for you on your chemo regimen. I pray that you continue to see God’s plan in the hardest of times. I also appreciate your advice to get sleep. I had to parent our sons to go to bed in a timely fashion in order that we stay healthy despite the new found freedom of days of school! Love to you and your house. Jennifer, your FMF Neighbor

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  2. I really enjoyed this (refreshing) take on the prompt….straight from your heart and current situation! Thanks for the reminders and encouragement. Life has no guarantees – but I will try to faithful with each day He gives me!

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