Posted by: iamlillian | February 17, 2009

Perhaps Today

Adapted from Our Daily Bread (ODB) – devotion for today


READ: Matthew 24:36-46

You also be ready, for the Son of Man is coming at an hour you do not expect. —Matthew 24:44

A year ago, I read an article saying that millions of TV sets in the United States would stop working today unless they were able to receive digital signals. Notices appeared in electronics stores, and the government even offered a free $40 coupon toward the purchase of a converter box.

I suspect that most people took the necessary steps to make sure their TV set would work when they turned it on today. We usually respond well to warnings tied to specific dates, but often fail to prepare for an event that will come “some day.”

When the disciples asked Jesus about the date of His return (Matt. 24:3), He told them that only God the Father knows: “But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, but My Father only” (v.36). Then He urged them to be prepared so that they would not be taken by surprise. “Therefore you also be ready, for the Son of Man is coming at an hour you do not expect” (v.44).

We don’t know when Jesus will return; He may come at any time. Dr. M. R. De Haan, founder of RBC Ministries, kept a two-word motto in his office: “Perhaps Today.”

When we make our daily plans, are we aware that Christ may return? Are we prepared to meet Him?  — David C. McCasland

The darkness deepens! Yes, but dawn is nearer!
The Lord from heaven may soon be on His way;
The “blessed hope” in these dark days grows dearer,
Our Savior Christ will come—perhaps today! —Smith

If Christ comes today, will you be ready to meet Him?


Rise & shine

AudioBible : Exodus 6-9



cereals for breakfast

moving more things into car

collect mails

Temp 28.2°C at current time 09:53

weather forecast 34°C peak

sweat -_-“‘


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