"Wow, you're taking a test tomorrow! Well, good luck!". "You're going for a job interview. Good luck." "Good luck with the soccer game Jason" How many times do we loosly say it? What are we, as born-again, God's-promises-believing, God's supply-trusting believers doing when we tell another person (believers and non-believers) "good luck"? Aren't we passing on an opportunity to give God glory when we could say "I'll pray for you (and do it)" or "God bless you" instead of leaving their "fortune" to "chance"? Anyway, good luck to you today... Comments?