“Tomorrow is not a promise, but a chance.”
What would you do if you were to die today? Where would you spend eternity? Eternity is in your hands, and you can change it.
Everyday, Christians and non-Christians alike are saying “tomorrow. I’ll do it tomorrow.” The fact is, there may not be a tomorrow.
The LHC (Large Hadron Collider), a science experiment designed to recreate the conditions and energies that existed moments after the start of the Big Bang, is said to have the ability to destroy the world. This may be a very very small possibility, and may never happen, but the possibility is still there. You may argue that there is NO possibility. The truth is, it doesn’t matter.
I am not going to try to guess or predict whether this is going to bring an end to our universe, any more than I will try to predict the second coming of Jesus Christ.
This should be a reminder that our time on earth is limited, and that an end can come at any time. Maybe we have more than a few months to live, and maybe we have less.
But from today, I am going to live each day as though it is my last. I am going to give myself to God and serve Him with everything I have, right here, right now.