Posted: 31st December, 2015
Jesus calls you to live TODAY, when He says: “Do not worry about tomorrow, each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34). Jesus is not saying that today is filled predominantly with trouble. In fact, today is far more than simply a trouble-filled entity. Jesus spoke that way to keep us out of the dead troubles of yesterday, and out of the as yet unknown troubles of tomorrow.
We are not to dwell on or live in the past. We are to learn from the past, repent of past sin, keep the good, and move on. We are also not to live in the future. We are to plan and prepare for it, and commit it to the Lord.
We are instead to live today. After all, TODAY, according to the Apostle Paul, is the “acceptable time” (2 Corinthians 6:2). So the question is: Acceptable for what? …
Question of the Month
Can a Christian work as a psychologist? Should Christians integrate psychological and biblical methods?