Do you ever think about "what if he came tomorrow" beyond being thrilled He returned? When I was a teenager our minister pointed out that there have been several times in history when all but one or two of the signs of the return of Christ were fulfilled. At the time he gave the speech, a famous evangelist had predicted the return in 1981. There were a lot of people who agreed because at the time, everything except the rebuilding of the temple could be checked off as "this has happened," and 1981 was the projected date for the temple to be rebuilt. Then war broke out again. Well - today, there certainly seem to be a lot of the signs fulfilled again. What if we ~knew~ it was "tomorrow"? Would we regret the witness we didn't give? Is there an unsaved person in our life that we hoped someone else shared the gospel with? Is there a sin we haven't repented from that we are afraid to face the Lord face-to-face about? How will we answer Him if He looks at us and goes, "I became part of your life 40 years ago. In 3 years, I healed the sick, raised the dead, forgave sins, cast out demons, taught the world about faith, and lead 12 special men into missions. What did you do with the 40 I gave you?" Is there someone in your life that you hope you'll see in heaven, but you don't KNOW you will? If you knew that tomorrow was THE day, would you change anything tonight?