"Therefore, do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own."
It does my soul good for Jesus to recognize what it's like to live in this fallen world. It's not easy to live one day at a time, yet that is all I truly have. Yesterday's spent; tomorrow is not guaranteed. Strive as I may, I cannot add one hour to my life. Planning for the future is wise, but worrying about it is foolish!
Recently, I was most troubled by news of a co-worker who received a dim prognosis. His cancer is inoperable; my heart bleeds for him. But, he does have today. That is all any of us have, for we are all dying eventually. Today is a gift to be opened with a sense of wonder. What is inside?