April 15

DAILY READINGS: Lev. 23:1-22; Psalms 132:1-134:3; Mark 8:27-9:13

What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes. James 4:14

The latest research establishes that the iceberg, which the Titanic struck had been spotted when it was 2,000 feet away, almost a minute before the impact. For around half of that time the ship had held its course. Had the officer in charge reacted even 15 seconds sooner, the ship may have missed the iceberg, and the lives of 1,476 persons might have been saved. We know that individuals can pass away very quickly, in much less than 30 seconds. At this moment, you have an opportunity to trust the Saviour. Don’t wait another moment. —Arnot P. McIntee

Life at best it is very brief, Like the falling of a leaf.
Like the binding of a sheaf, Be in time. —Author Unknown

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