Now is the only sliver of time we have to actually live the life God wants us to live. Right now is when we really live in the Spirit.
Yesterday is but a memory of a “now” long past, an aging “now” that was already lived. The “past” is a fruitless tree for the hungry pilgrim today.
And tomorrow is a hoped for “now.” It is a dream of what a future “now” might be. But tomorrow’s promise is empty for most, for it rarely delivers our desire of what we would have the future hold. It usually does not work out as anticipated. So when “tomorrow” finally comes, it becomes “today.” It becomes a “now’ that is disappointing, for it rarely measures up to our imaginations of what it should be.
And so today’s “now” does not satisfy individuals who ponder their pasts and futures. Their “now” becomes blah…
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