I must work the works of him that sent me, while it is day; the night is cometh, when no man can work.-–John 9:4
Back in 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were getting ready to go to the moon, and a reporter asked Armstrong, “When you’re on the moon, how many hours of life support do you have? Neil Armstrong replied, “Six hours of life support.”
So then the reporter asked Armstrong, “What if you discovered when you got on the moon that something was wrong and you couldn’t start up the engine to come back home? What would you do in those six hours you had remaining?”
Armstrong said, “I’d work on the engine!”
We don’t know how many hours we have left personally or prophetically. Today could be the day you meet Jesus either one-on-one or by Him returning. The end is always near. Our days on earth are short and until the end, therefore, we’re to work.
When you look back at the short time you’ve had here on this little blue planet, what will you think? Will you look back with regret over what you could have or should have done? Or will you see your life as being sold-out for Christ? Live each day full-out for Him so at the end, you’ll have no regrets!
LIVE EACH DAY FULL-OUT FOR JESUS CHRIST SO YOU’LL HAVE NO REGRETS WHEN YOUR TIME IS DONE! –Jack Graham