God commands all people to repent for now is the time of salvation, respond today when the Holy Spirit speaks to your inner self (Act 17:30; 2 Cor 6:2;
Heb 3:7). Don’t procrastinate for, although we are given the present moment, there is no guarantee about tomorrow or a second chance. Respond when

What do I need to do today that I have                                                been putting off?

God calls, act now, He won’t always give us further opportunity so don’t put off till tomorrow what should be done today (Gen 6:3).

In contrast to our changing world, where no two days are the same, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever” (Heb 13:8). He provides stability and continuity.

God's Word is just as current and relevant for us today as it was when written. While cultural customs have changed and not all of Scripture

How is my relationship with God today?

necessarily applies explicitly to us today, it contain truth that we can, and should, apply to our lives today.   The Bible is the source of all the revelation God has given us about Himself and His plan for humanity. The most significant component is the fact of our separation from God by sin and His provision for restoration of fellowship through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, on the cross. Our need for redemption does not change, neither does God’s desire to reconcile us to Himself.

See also: daily walk, future, now, past, present, procrastinate, second chance, time/timing, tomorrow.

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