Sunday to Monday | Today, Yesterday's Tomorrow

“In the entire history of the universe, let alone in your own history, there has never been another day just like today, and there will never be another just like it again. Today is the point to which all your yesterdays have been leading since the hour of your birth. It is the point from which all your tomorrows will proceed until the hour of your death. If you were aware of how precious today is, you could hardly live through it. Unless you are aware of how precious it is, you can hardly be said to be living at all.” - Frederick Buechner

On Sunday, the Reverend Leon Kelly was our visiting pastor. His sermon was entitled, “Today, Yesterday’s Tomorrow,” based on the text from James 4:8-17.

Some questions to think about as you start your week…

• Why does planning matter, when so many things happen unexpectedly? Does planning sometimes get in the way of today?

“It isn't the burdens of today that drive men mad. It is the regrets over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow. Regret and fear are twin thieves who rob us of today.” Robert Hastings  How do regret and fear get in the way of your today?

• What is Jesus calling you to do today?

Click here for the Practicing Faith @ Home Sheet for ideas to use at home using yesterday's worship theme to Love God, Love People and Serve the World this week.

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