What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes. -James 4:14
A while back, Erwin McManus had the opportunity to interview Larry King. He asked him a profound question, “Larry, you’re the master of asking questions. What questions should we be asking you?” Larry responded, “You should be asking me how I am doing with my mortality.”
That’s my question to you. How are you doing with your mortality?
If you don’t believe in God, how are you doing know that one day, you’re going to pass away and have no clue what is going to happen?
If you believe in God, how are you doing knowing that life is short and you only get one chance to do something great for Him?
How are you prioritizing your life?
What do you want to accomplish in this short amount of time we have?
Do the people you love know by what you’re doing with your life that they’re the most important?
Are you becoming the person you want to be? Are you living life on and with purpose?
“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” -Fred Allen
Just how are you doing with your mortality?