I will honor God by spending time in prayer and meditation today, and encouraging our youth at the Bible Bowl season finale tonight.
I will honor my employer by taking care of those things entrusted to me to oversee, and take care of the paperwork stacking up on my desk.
I will honor my body by eating healthy and working out. (A few weeks of slipshod eating habits have taken their toll. The scale and my clothes do not lie. But it was back on the wagon and treadmill as of today.)
I will honor my family with a cleaner home to enjoy this evening.
I cannot ruminate enough to undue the things of the past, and I cannot worry about tomorrow, or put things off, because it may be too late.
I will not attain perfection today. But I can use today perfectly, to the degree that I make full and complete use of it. I can live in the present, and do my best to be a good steward of the time, talents, and money I have been blessed with. Just for today.
So I will try to live out Matthew 6:34: “Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.”
Just for today.