Tomorrow Is Not a Guarantee

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I wrote this on the evening of September 21, 2012
 
Do you have hope for tomorrow?
Do you have faith in something greater than yourself?
Are you one who thinks you are responsible
for all the good or bad situations you walk through?
Do you understand how precious you are,
and how precious life is?
Life is short,
Life is long,
Life is not a guarantee.
No matter who you are,
No matter what you’ve done,
You haven’t gone too far,
and not all hope is lost.
 
For your life is precious,
don’t waste another minute.
 
My greatest prayer for you
is that you give your life today.
For, after all, tomorrow is not a guarantee.
I just pray that you have tomorrow.
I pray your tomorrow comes.
Would you listen to His voice today?
I am praying for your heart and soul.
I pray you put it in His capable hands.
I thank God for His mercy,
 and that he is faitful to give us chance after chance –
time and time again.
Give your life to Jesus,
put it in His hands.
Trust Him with today,
Tomorrow is not guaranteed.
 
For your life is precious,
don’t waste another minute.
 
My only concern is that,
while His grace is unending,
He also gives us free will.
It is a choice only you can make.
I pray you make it while there is still time.
Thankfully, you may have a long plentiful life
full of many years left on this earth.
However, that is not a guarantee.
Should your life not follow the mold you have envisioned,
I pray you trust Him with it.
Now is the time.
My sincere prayers are with and for you.
Do not put off until tomorrow what needs doing today.
Trust Him with today,
Tomorrow is not guaranteed.

 

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