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Ashley Jackson

Rookie (December 10,1990 / Valdosta, Georgia)

Tomorrow Is Never Promised


God never once said tomorrow was promised
So why do you put off what you could do for God today for tomorrow?
Did you know if wait until tomorrow, tomorrow maybe too late?

God never once put off any of your blessings?
So why do you wait to work for God tomorrow when he made the command; 'Go tell somebody I am a miracle worker? '
What if God put off your blessing of a healing or that money for that $250 phone bill?
What are you going to do then?

God never once said the next minute was promised
So if I were you my brothers and sisters
What I could do for God today, I would do today because:
Tomorrow Is Never Promised

Submitted: Saturday, February 18, 2006
Edited: Sunday, April 30, 2006

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