“Yet you do not know what your life will be like tomorrow. You are just a vapor that appears for a little while and then vanishes away” (James 4:14).
What are three score and ten, four score, or even a hundred years, compared to eternity. We often adopt our temporal perspective on things that causes us to have wrong priorities. We have been freed from sin in order to become children of God. In that becoming, our eternal life is infinitely more important than what we think of this life. Do not be caught up in the thinking of this world, but be transformed by Christ.
It is fine, as long as the Lord wills, to think about what you will do if there is a tomorrow, but it does no good to live as though tomorrow in this age is assured. How many I have seen that lament and even deny the faith when a loved one dies unexpectedly. Your faith is dependent upon circumstances? No, your faith is based upon the One who knows all circumstances, the Lord Jesus Christ, who redeemed you.
Lord Jesus, You are returning to judge the living and the dead. You have come into this world to free as many as would turn to You in order that we might become children of the Heavenly Father. Guide me, dear Lord, in the way of living such that I focus upon what is right and good. Lead me now and forever, Lord, to see past the few years I have in this age and live with You always foremost in my heart and mind. Amen.