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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Expire (08/01/13)

TITLE: Tomorrow
By Dawn Winston
08/04/13


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Tomorrow
When my brother was a teen he had a lot of girl friends, a deep love of rock music and all things beer. He said he would repent and sober up when he was real old, like 40. He is now 50, even older, and doesn’t even believe in a God to repent to.

There is a song by the Winans called “ Tomorrow.” A verse says “Jesus said here I stand, won’t you please take my hand, and you said I will tomorrow.” We all have a ticket that will expire sometime and we don’t know when. We should have a sense of urgency and live like we will die soon, which we very well might. What does God want from us now?

I want to shake my brother and son into believing in Jesus now, but apparently God’s time is not my time. Our father died not believing. One always asks oneself, what more could I have done?

The song “Tomorrow” ends, “Don’t just turn and walk away, Tomorrow, tomorrow is not promised, Don’t let this moment slip away, oh, Your tomorrow could very well be here today.”


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Camille (C D) Swanson 08/08/13
Thank you for your jarring honesty and prolific message.

This will touch many hearts.

God bless~

Charla Diehl 08/09/13
This piece addressed the topic in a stirring way. Tomorrow is never a guarantee. Sometimes praying for those we love to come to Jesus is all we can do--the rest is up to God and our loved ones.
Though this was quite short, it got your point across. Keep writing.
Nancy Bucca08/10/13
Nice work on this. I think many people can relate to the idea that "I'll give my life to Christ later" as opposed to NOW. But tomorrow may not come. Thanks so much for sharing.