READ:  Matthew 6: 33-34


How do you know what is going to happen tomorrow?  For the length of your lives is uncertain as the morning fog  now you see it; soon it

is gone. James 4:14  (Living)


          One truth of growing older is to witness or hear about ones friends and associates struggling with health problems or departing this world.  Even though each of us recognizes that it will eventually become our turn, we somewhat deny that by the way we plan our lives.  We say, tomorrow I will or next week I will never fully accepting that for some of us there will be no tomorrow or next week!  Our phrasing, even if not actually vocalized --- should be if the good Lord grants or is willing, I will !


          Accepting that our participation in a tomorrow is not certain should add an intensity of our life!  Such a thought should propel us to say those kind words we have been meaning to say or to perform that loving deed before it is too late.  On our Should Do lists each of us probably have a number of items we have acting upon and plan to do later.  Perhaps it might be a good idea to do them now; it may be later than we think!