Don’t brashly announce what you’re going to do tomorrow; you don’t know the first thing about tomorrow.
As I read Proverbs 27:1, my mind was racing into so many things at work.
I thought, Why am I thinking about tomorrow? Why shouldn’t I be thinking about now? Tomorrow may never come, but now is here.
I shut down the computer, grabbed my grandson, and played with him for the rest of the evening. That was the best NOW time I’ve had in a while! I don’t want to know tomorrow. All I want to think about is NOW!
Lord, let me forget the things I have to do tomorrow, let me rejoice in NOW for if I do that I’ll be ready for tomorrow when it comes.