Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.
Matthew 6:34 (NIV)
Have you ever noticed how much time we spend on tomorrow? You know all those worries, fears and apprehensions that we have. We plan, connive and obsess all about things that will probably never happen. Instead, God emphasizes that we should live for today. In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus told us to thank God for our “daily” bread. He also said not to worry about tomorrow but to put our focus on today. It was that way with God’s children in the wilderness. God gave them enough food for one day at a time. He told His people, “I will rain down bread from heaven for you. The people are to go out each day and gather enough for that day.” God provided what they needed for that day, and then they would have to trust Him for the next. God wants us to focus on today, He will focus on tomorrow. He wants us to experience Him and all His love for us, today. So live as if this is a “day that the Lord has made”. He has, you know. He has made this day just for you, so rejoice and be glad in it!
Father, thank You for this day. I pray that I may live it to its fullness. Help me discern your will for this day and to be obedient to do it. I pray this in Jesus’ name.
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