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As I look at this word, “Now,” I am reminded of how important it is to not put things off until tomorrow. We must always remember that tomorrow is not promised. It is important that we do what God calls us to do now. In Matthew 8:21, we find these words:

“Another of his disciples said, ‘LORD, first let me return home and bury my father.’”

Jesus tells the disciples the truth about the cost to follow Him as a true disciple. He responds to the disciple in verse 22, saying, “Follow me now. Let the spiritually dead bury their own dead.” Jesus is not being insensitive to the needs of the disciples, but He wants them to understand that He must come first, even over family obligations. Whatever our family needs may be, we will be able to meet them all when we put Him first —now!