Daily Devotional for July 21, 2005

July 21

BIBLE MEDITATION: ?Boast not thyself of tomorrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth.? Proverbs 27:1

DEVOTIONAL THOUGHT: I read some research by William Morriston, a psychologist, who reported that 94% of the 3,000 persons he surveyed were enduring today in order to get to tomorrow. Do you know anyone like that? Perhaps you are one of those. Tomorrow, you?re going on vacation. Tomorrow, you?re going to get the house cleaned. Tomorrow, you?re going to start your diet. Tomorrow, you?re going to balance your checkbook. Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow. The only problem is tomorrow never arrives. When it gets here, it is today. And today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday. It is always today.

ACTION POINT: What are you worrying about? It?s time to ask His forgiveness and give Him your concern. He is more than able to handle it. Worry is pulling tomorrow?s clouds over today?s sunshine.

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