I wrote this during the week I came home, just before going back to Ft Worth to be with my dad when he passed. I think it's an appropriate thing to think about going into the New Year. I sincerely hope everyone has a great New Year.
A good friend of mine died unexpectedly last week, my dad is nearing the end of his earthly life, it might make you question God as to why "good people" die, a better way to think about seemingly tragic happenings is as a wake up call for your life...
Are you living the way you should be living?
Are you ready to meet God face to face?
Is there anything you would be ashamed of?
What would you be proud of?
What are you putting off that you would really like to do while still breathing in this life?
Is there anything you want or need to say to someone?
Like it or not, we all have an expiration date, we don't know when that will happen, could be before you finish reading this, could be tomorrow, later this week, years or decades from now... you just don't know, so don't put off the things you need to do now, get right with God if you aren't that way already, reaffirm that commitment to God, then reaffirm your love with your family and friends.
Live life to the fullest, live as if you will not be here tomorrow.
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