Daily Devotional
Do Not Put Off Jesus

“Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring forth.”

Proverbs 27:1

Ponder This

There is nobody so bad he or she cannot be saved. There is no one so good he or she need not be saved. There are many, however, who are going to be lost because of their self-righteous attitudes. They never repent of their sin. They never receive Christ as their Savior. But I’m going to tell you why I believe most people hear me or any other Gospel preacher, and then go out but are still lost. It’s not because they rebel against God or disbelieve, and it’s not because they’re self-righteous. I believe most of the people who hear the Gospel message and remain unsaved are lost because of procrastination. They know that they need to be saved, and they say, “One of these days I’m going to get saved.” But they keep putting it off. Why? Well, they got by yesterday without Jesus, they got by the day before without Jesus, and the day before that, and so on. So, they assume that tomorrow will be like yesterday. This is a dangerous assumption and one no one should make.

  • How have you been guilty of procrastinating in your faith?
  • What is God calling you to do today? How will you respond?

Practice This

Take action to respond in obedience to God in an area in which you have procrastinated.


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