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Be Happy:Live One Day at a Time
"This is the day the Lord hath made.
Let us rejoice and be glad in it."
"Therefore do not worry about tomorrow,
for tomorrow will worry about itself.
Each day has enough trouble of its own."
"Tomorro;s,'s plan I do not know,
I onlv know this minute
But he will say, "this is the way,
B.y faith now walk ye in it. "
And I am glad that it is so,
Toda,y's enough to bear,
And when tomorrow comes
His grace shall far exceed its care.
What need to worry then, or fret?
The God ;vho gave His son
holds all my moments in His hand
And gives them one by one.
What if you knew that you had only 24 hours to I.ive? Would your life
do fliip-flops? Would priorities change? Would things that hadn't
seemed to matter, suddenly matter? It is possible to waste life by
procrastinating, by stuffing the past, by dreadin,d the future, by
reacting, by majoring on the trivial and non-essentials of life?
The most important time frames are the minutes that make up each day.
Happiness comes as we master the moment.
In Oklahoma, I preached the tuneral of a teeri-age boy @@@lio v;as ki'lled
in a motorcycle accident. I can still visualize that broken-hearted
father clinging to his son's casket. He said "Don't leave me sonl
There are so many things we intended to do together. I planned to
take you camping and fishing. We were going to the races in Dallas.
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