the day which the LORD hath made;
we will rejoice and be glad in it."
Is today the day?
We need to remember that this may be the day the Lord
returns. The thought of Psalm 118:24 surely includes our
rejoicing in the return of the Lord. If we really
believe Christ may return today, we'd live a great deal
differently, seeking to affect others for Christ. Nobody
knows when Jesus will return, so we ought to live each
day as though He will come back today.
Use time wisely and make the most of every opportunity.
"Walk in wisdom toward them that are without,
redeeming the time" (Colossians 4:5). We need to get
involved of the lives of those outside the Lord.
Pray daily that God will keep alive in our hearts, a
picture of those who are outside Christ as being lost.
Ask God to revive your loving concern that all men be
taught of Him, and to help you be involved in every
effort to teach them.
Treat everyone as if you'll never see them again. If we
don't take for granted that we'll have time tomorrow,
our treatment towards others will surely improve. So let
us use the time NOW to share a little about Jesus, for
we may not have another opportunity.
If we truly believe NOW is all the time we have, what a
difference that will make in our lives. Isn't it great
to be a part of the family of God?
May you be blessed with a wonderful day in the Lord.
"Lord Dictated Them"