According to a government statistics, life expectancy in the U.S. now stands at 78.64 years (76 for men; 81 for women). This is an all time high and is up from 75.4 in 1990. The government attributes this to advances in medicine combined with a drop in some unhealthy practices like smoking. As I thought about all of this, my mind went to these words of King David, All the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be” (Psalm 139:16). God knows (because he numbered our days!) just how long each one of us will live on this earth. That information is something He is not telling us! So should we worry and fret that this day might be our last? Absolutely not! Our earthly existence is in the hands of a loving and faithful God who ALWAYS does what is right. We can trust Him with our lives. What we must be doing is living each day for Him. After all, each day we live and each breath we take is a precious gift from Him. Don’t waste a moment but “carpe diem” (seize the day) – all by God’s grace and for His glory!
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