Last Day On Earth

Matthew 25:21 (NIV)
“His master replied, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!’
If today was the last day you spent on this earth, would you be confident that when you come face to face with Jesus He will say “Well done”?

Last Day on Earth – Steven Curtin Chapman

I pull over the side of the road and I
Watch the cars pass me by
The headlights and the black limousines tell me
Someone is saying goodbye
I bow my head and I whisper a prayer, “Father,
Comfort their broken hearts”
And as I drive away there’s a thought that I
I cannot escape, no I, I cannot escape this thought
I can’t get away

Oh, if this should be my last day on this earth
How then shall I live
Oh, if this should be the last day that I have
Before I breathe the air of Heaven
Let me live it with abandon to
The only thing that remains
After my last day here on earth

If this should be my last day here on earth
If this should be my last day here on earth
If this should be my last, last day here on earth

And if tomorrow comes to find me
Looking in the face of Jesus
Will I hear Him say the words “well done” ?

If this should be my last day here on earth
If this should be my last, my last day here on earth
‘Cause this could be my last, this could be my last
This could be my last day

Live everyday as it it were your last day on earth. Don’t put of until tomorrow what you could do today, as you may not have a tomorrow. A bit of a morbid thought I know, but like my post yesterday (“His Provision“), I just want you to consider your life, how you are leading your life and whether it is acceptable and pleasing to God.

If God is asking you to do something, say “Yes” today – If He didn’t want you to do it until tomorrow He would have asked you today!

Treat everyone as if it’s the last time you’ll see/speak to them, tell your friends and family how much you love them, you may not get another chance.


James 4:14 (NIV)
Why, you do not even know what will happen tomorrow. What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes.

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