Tomorrow

There’s always tomorrow for dreams to come true. This song truly highlights my childhood. I have heard this classic song all of my life. As a child, I would hear this melody year after year as I watched Rudolf, the red-nosed reindeer. I would hear and sing this beautiful song never actually considering what tomorrow might bring. Up to this point in my life, there has always been a tomorrow. I have always had a chance for a do-over. I have been able to take the mulligan no matter how awful yesterday might have been. I have learned that the mistakes or missteps often characterize the direction that our lives will take.

At the ripe old age of 57, I think I am finally ready to think about tomorrow. So, after taking some much needed time and reflecting on my life and where God currently has me, I have decided to dream as if I am going to live forever…but live as if today might be my last day.

I want my life to be all about Jesus! When it is all said and done, I want my family to know that I love Jesus more than anything. I want my grandchildren to know that my life with God was the most important aspect. I want to leave a legacy where those closest to me know that my love for Christ and His word was paramount

God has huge plans for everyone! He wants us to be all about making much of Him to the world that is desperately searching for hope. I believe this is what God created us to do! I think that many people go through the motions of life never actually wondering what God has for them. Too many people are not thinking about tomorrow.

So I want to encourage you to pursue Him with passion, to proclaim Him until you are pooped. To shout his accolades to the masses, to pray like it all depends on you and to live like it all depends on God.

And always end the day with a positive thought. No matter how hard things were, tomorrow’s a new and fresh opportunity to make it better.

I love you all!

Pastor J<><