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  • Published: September 2009
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 375
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781441566706
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The gift of today James 4:13-16 Do you go through life thinking you need not worry about tomorrow because you’re pretty sure it’s going to come? I’m not talking about goal setting or planning for the future, but rather about the idea that you can always do tomorrow what you didn’t do today. It is not uncommon to put off problems or apologies or probing questions. We believe we will always have another opportunity. Later may be too late. When the anniversary of my mother’s birth comes I think of questions I should have asked her when she was still with us. Her death wasn’t a surprise. She had been ill for months and we knew her time was limited. Yet we didn’t encourage her to talk about her life, her childhood, her hopes, and her missed opportunities. It is as though we believed if we didn’t address the looming reality of her passing it would simply go away. As I look back I realize there were days when she did want to talk, but nobody took time to listen, perhaps because we were afraid it would lead to her last goodbye. Today is a gift, make the most of it. Lord, every day you give us is a gift. Grant that we will not squander this gift by wasting it on selfishness.

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