None of us know how much time we’ve got left on this side of the realm.
Only God knows.
And we know, fo’ sho, no one will get out of here alive.
For many, this feels so scrary.
For others, the time on this side is used to safeguard the time in the hereafter.
For another, there is no regard for the here, now or the hereafter.
You may meet someone who says, “It is what it is…” and lives as this phrase implies.
How you respond is how you choose to be.
The time to live can have great benefit when you use it to serve another…to hug another…to serve another.
Basically, the time you have can be a hook-up for you. All around.
Yesterday, Naa’ila’s father was given up to 4 months to live. Her father had already called for a pastor to give his last rites. We were able to witness these crucial moments in life.
And for us, it was more than an emotional and spiritual moment.
We saw it as a moment when a man was working on his relationship with God in the way he felt good. He found people who “stood in agreement” with him in these moments.
Then, he ate a whopper with cheese and fries.
And while you’re here, look for people to stand in agreement with even when you disagree.
Look for what you can agree about.
Look for someone to share a whopper with cheese.
Look for people who help you work on your relationship with God.
Look for people you can help feel good.
You don’t know how many 4 months you have on this side. Use it well.