Jesus said'Here I stand, won't you please let me in?'And you said'I will tomorrow'
Jesus said'I am He who supplies all your needs'And you said'I know, but tomorrow, ooh, tomorrow, i'll give my lifetomorrow, I thought about today, but it's so much easier to say'
Tomorrow, who promised you tomorrow,better choose the lord today, fortomorrow very well might be too late.
- Some people don't think they are ‘too bad’. They don't think they need a savior. While not even trying to determine if they
are good enough, they compare themselves not to the good but to the bad. They aren’t murderers, car
thieves, muggers, rapists, or child abusers so they don’t think the message of
repentance applies to them.
- Some people
fear they will have to become ‘too good’.
This is unfortunately often the fault of the church as we often preach
moral absolutes, purity, chastity and abstinence rather than forgiveness,
freedom, acceptance and the love of Christ.
We are all sinners and all in need of forgiveness.
- Many people would rather believe the lie. They are lied into beliving that the things of this world are more appealing than anything else. These are the same people that throw away their marriages and the love of their spouse for a night of pleasure. They abdicate their roles of husband, wife, father, mother and even son and daughter for temporary pleaures that are all too quickly forgotten. They are like the prodigal son and daughter that foolishly wastes their inheritance but are soon abandoned by their friends when the money runs out.