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|Weekly devotional and church listings: August 25, 2011|
By ANDY GRANT
Something that I hope all of us realize is that God has never promised us a tomorrow. Proverbs 27:1 says, "Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring forth."
Each of us needs to live as if today is our last day on earth and to live it to the fullest. All of us need to understand that when we waste time, it is something that we will never get back.
There are many procrastinators in today's society and all of us know who they are, unless we are one ourselves. We tend to put off what needs to be done. We tend to put off telling our brothers and sisters about the life saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and say we will do it tomorrow.
There is an old saying that goes like this: Yesterday is a cancelled check, tomorrow is a promissory note; today is ready cash, spend it.
Time once gone can never be recalled. Along these same lines are words. Words once spoken can never be taken back, no matter how profusely you apologize for misspoken words or you have said something you didn't really mean.
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