Should the opportunity arise,
that a Good Samaritan I can be,
May I always remember,
credit shouldn’t be given me.
(1 Peter 4:11)
Yesterday is over. Tomorrow is out of your control until it becomes a “today”. Today is a blank canvas.
Why wait to work or play or give or (whatevs) more tomorrow if such is in your power to do today. Really, tomorrow is in large part determined by what you do today.
Make today your masterpiece. Give today your all.
I hate vain thoughts,
They sneak up into my brain
Too often, I notice them for what they are
Late. After they’ve grown, but hopefully
Hopefully before a decision or action.
I hate vain thoughts.
Who am I to think like that or compare
Ego and envy are sneaky opponents within
I so love God’s Word, to my rescue and refuge
The Gospel in my pockets left and right.
A KJV paper in my left thigh, a device in my right hip
So when I recognize my longing or languish
I can reach and refresh and re-realize
God’s gifts and grace and truth.
“I hate vain thoughts
But thy law do I love.” (Ps. 119:113 KJV)