As If Tomorrow Never Comes

Heaven and earth will pass away,
but my words will certainly not pass away.
Matthew 24:35

Every now and then somebody says they know when the world will come to an end.  That day passes and we’re still around!  

Jesus says that no one knows when the end of the world will come.  He does talk about future times when there will be all kinds of unusual and scary things happening in the sky and on the earth, as well as wars and people hating one another. 

Yes, there will come day when Jesus will descend from heaven to announce: “It’s all over!”  You and I will need to be doing what we’ll called to do when that time comes.   

Life is a beautiful gift we receive one breath at a time. Every moment Jesus comes to us because he is already breathing inside of us through the Holy Spirit.   There’s no time like right now to live as though we couldn’t count on another day.  So live, love, laugh, play and pray as though tomorrow will never come!  

 Matthew 24

Examples of Bible Breaths Learn More…

Persevering to the end v. 13
Your chosen ones all gathered v. 31
Your words not passing away v. 35
Ever ready to serve You v. 46

Check out Study Tools in BibleGateway.
I especially recommend the free resource
in Matthew Henry’s Commentary.‘s Commentary.

In Year A, we continue to read from the Gospel of St. Matthew.

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