This is only for people who believe the Bible to be God's word.
A car wreck, be it a fender bender or a major crash, cannot be foreseen. One can be backing out of the WaWa store and within the hour, be lying in pain inside an ambulance speeding toward the local hospital. Nothing in life is for sure, and even though the next moment might seem within reach, it may very well not be. Man can't do anything about this unfortunate situation, but man can surely learn something from it. Consider what the Bible teaches on the uncertainty of life by reading the following scriptures (1 Samuel 20:3; Psalm 146:3–4; Luke 12:15–20; James 4:13–15). From all these verses we learn that nothing in life is for sure. We may plan for it, we may talk about it, and we can even put a down payment on it, and still it isn't guaranteed (Proverbs 19:21).
It is best to say, "If God wills" when talking about doing something. It is best to remain focused on the point that we cannot get too wrapped up in things because they can easily go the other way. Keep this in mind, and do your best work right now because who can say if you will be here the next 10 seconds (Ecclesiastes 9:7–10; Acts 5:5; Matthew 6:25–26; Philippians 4:6).
Hope to hear from you or see you at the services.