This is only for people who believe the Bible to be God's word.
Most people think nothing of saying, "I'll see you tomorrow," for it is innocent at best for most folks. However, this is a statement of arrogance because no one knows what tomorrow may bring (James 4:13–14; Proverbs 27:1). The scriptures teach us to make plans by saying, "If it is the Lord's will, and we live, then we shall do that," (James 4:16–17).
In Luke 12:16–21, Jesus spoke of a rich man who built bigger and better houses and afterward spoke arrogantly about living many years to enjoy the fruits of his labor. However, God called him a fool, and that man eventually died because he failed to acknowledge, "If it is the Lord's will."
Do you give thanks for your meal before you eat it? Everyone should do so, but a great many do not. In Acts 27:35, the Apostle Paul was on a ship with men who weren't Christians and he gave thanks for the meal in sight of them all, thereby teaching these men right (1 Timothy 4:4).
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