I awoke this morning and was pleased to spend a day.
It seemed I had a lot of time
I thought I was so careful, not to let it slip away.
I cleaned and prayed, cooked and sang.
Then played a bit of time
With all my little grand children;
There are only nine.
We even read a book or two, before they had a nap.
Planed my list to shop, Please Lord, let time stop.
Of course it went on ticking, mine to freely spend.
There are so many others, with which I want to talk
A nursing home, the suffering, just surrendered time.
There is a quilt I want to finish and some baking to be done.
Some letters I must write. There is the sinking sun!
Just sure, my day would be enough but now I know itís done.
Whatever I could not complete must be left behind.
Perhaps Iíll get another, and that time will be enough.
However I should spend it, of this one youíre a part
If we do not see each other, youíve spent it in my heart.
If you died today, are you absolutely certain that you would go to heaven? You can be! TRUST JESUS NOW
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Mary, your day reminds me of some of mine...never enough time, and the clock keeps ticking. I am thinking of what another writer once wrote..."Only one life, 'twill soon be past...only what's done for Christ will last."