If Tomorrow Never Comes.
If Tomorrow Never Comes, will the Lord remember how much I loved Him, how much I have depended upon Him?
If Tomorrow Never Comes, will the Lord remember the pain I have suffered in the name of His Son, how much trials, tribulations, and temptations that I have went threw?
If Tomorrow Never Comes, will the Lord remember the time of my salvation, my works for the gospel; will He remember the times I spent crying for His presence, will He remember me in His kingdom?
For we cry unto the Lord;
“Remember not the sins of my youth, nor my transgressions: according to thy mercy remember thou me for thy goodness' sake, O Lord.”
By the blood of His Son, we are covered, as with the mercy seat, we have been rent from bottom to top, as with the curtain that hid the seat, our sins were revieled and we were forgiven.
Have we sinned against the Lord, have we been guilty of transgressions?
Yes, at one time or another we all have sinned, we all have transgressed against the moral and righteous laws, of God.
If any man speaks of not having any sin, he is a liar and knows not the truth, and if a man states that he has never sinned, he also is a liar.
(The act of passing over or beyond any law or rule of moral duty; the violation of a law or known principle of rectitude; breach of command.)
Sin comprehends not action only, but neglect of known duty, all evil thoughts purposes, words and desires, whatever is contrary to God's commands or law. Sinners neither enjoy the pleasures of, nor the peace of piety.
Among divines, sin is original or actual.
Actual sin, above defined, is the act of a moral agent in violating a known rule of duty.
Original sin, as generally understood, is native depravity of heart to the divine will, that corruption of nature of deterioration of the moral character of man, which is supposed to be the effect of Adam's apostasy; and which manifests itself in moral agents by positive acts of disobedience to the divine will, or by the voluntary neglect to comply with the express commands of God, which require that we should love God with all the heart, and soul, and strength, and mind, and our neighbor as ourselves.
The great an terrible day of the Lord approaches, and our salvation is in His hands.
We do not look for tomorrow, but today only.
We ask ourselves, have I done enough, prayed enough, have I pleased the Lord in my spirit, have I understood all that He desired me to?
With reverent fear, we approach His throne in the name of His Son Jesus, we ask forgiveness each and every day for our short comings, and for any sins we may have committed.
We ask the Lord for our daily bread, for our clothing and our strength.
And for the Lord we speak boldly;
“He hath made his wonderful works to be remembered: the Lord is gracious and full of compassion.”
“Behold, for peace I had great bitterness: but thou hast in love to my soul delivered it from the pit of corruption: for thou hast cast all my sins behind thy back.”
We cannot fear those that will not listen to our testimony of Christ, for many will kill us, hurt us and especially despise us. For as it was with Christ, it will also be with us.
For we know that all things have passed away, and behold, all things have become new, an old man replaced by a new, a sinful life replaced by a life of joy and righteousness.
A new day dawned when we realized that we were lost and needed the Lords mercy upon us.
We casted away all things that were contrary to sound judgment, we departed from evil and accepted salvation threw the blood of Christ, the chosen one of God.
For even in our knowledge we know the Lord has forgiven us, even if tomorrow never comes:
“I, even I, am he that blotteth out thy transgressions for mine own sake, and will not remember thy sins.”
This prophecy is for the end days.
We fear the Lord for His awesome power, even as a believer, we still tremble, and seek out our own salvation as individuals.
We fear not the end of the world, neither do we fear the retribution that the Lord shall pour out upon this world.
The Lord is patient for the latter fruit(Rain.) of the souls of those that will believe, but His patience is not everlasting.
Israel is surrounded by her enemies, the world is running toward a climax to war and many have closed a blind eye to the signs that are given as a warning.
For our understanding, let us read;
The Bible tells us that the fish, the birds, and the beasts that roam the field, and all creeping things, and especially all the men on the face of the earth, shall shake at the presence of God.
We know that all the mountains shall be rocked to the ground, no more high places, no more islands, no more places of safety shall be found, but even with this, man will refuse to worship the Lord, neither will they believe in Jesus. Thew words peace and safety shall bring about the downfall of man.
There is coming a day that tomorrow will not come, a day of great tribulation, pain and suffering, that mankind will accept freely, because their hearts have gone hard, and cold as a stone from the bottom of the sea. Mankind will not seek out the Lord for forgiveness, but will seek Him out to blaspheme His name, and make a mock of His power.
They will curse the sun, the heat and the Lord for their troubles.
They will curse the day they were born, and their mothers and fathers shall be hated.
Psa 111:4 Isa 38:17
Isa 44:22 Isa 43:25 Psa 46:3 Psa 25:7 Eze 38:20
blotted: Isa_1:18, Isa_43:25; Neh_4:5; Psa_51:1, Psa_51:9, Psa_103:12, Psa_109:14; Jer_18:23, Jer_33:8; Act_3:19 Psa 46:2-3 1 John 3. Mat 15. James 4.