Matthew 6:34, NIV: Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

A terrible irony is played out within the lives of so many. They go from day to day thinking about what tomorrow will bring—worrying about what they will do, where they will work, or what they will do in the future. And when the they finally arrive to the future that they worried so much about, they look back with deep regret over what they lost by not living each day to the fullest—embracing the opportunities each day offered. To oversimplify a bit, consider how many days you actually notice the clouds, the trees, or the sunshine. Think about how often you see the Hand of God within a moment of your day and are awestruck by what He does. There are many things within a day that God provides to enrich our lives. We just need to learn to let go of tomorrow, live within the moment, and truly find God’s provision to help us to seize the day. There is no need to worry about tomorrow, or regret our yesterdays. Each moment of today can be a treasure to a heart that seeks God first.