July 27th – Your Last Day on Earth


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“He who provides for this life but takes no care for eternity is wise for a moment, but a fool forever”–John Tillotson

     Have you ever thought about your last day on earth? There will come a day when you wake up for the last time, or go to sleep for the last time. There will come a day when you eat your last meal, hug your child for the last time, or kiss your spouse for the last time. There is coming a day when you make your last phone call, watch your last movie, or send your last text. There will be a day when sing your last song, pray your last prayer, and speak your last words.

Statistics indicate that 1.8 people die every second which equals 108 people per minute, which equals 6480 per hour, which equals 155,520 per day, which equals 1,088,640 per week, which equals over 56,000,000 per year –every single one of them will have a last day on earth.

The Bible calls death an “appointment.” It is appointed unto men once to die. This appointment cannot be postponed, rescheduled, or cancelled. And life does not end after death. As a matter of fact, the writer of Hebrews said that “judgment” occurs after death is realized. We must all stand before our Creator to give an account for our lives. If death is certain and judgment is inevitable, we would do ourselves well to be ready for our last day on earth. The only way to ensure that you will finish right is to be right with God right now! Get ready today for your last day on earth.

DAILY SCRIPTURE READING: Song of Solomon 1-8

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