Proverbs 27:1 Don’t brashly announce what you’re going to do tomorrow; you don’t know the first thing about tomorrow.
It’s common and popular for employees in stores to pleasantly say “Have a nice day.” Wishing won’t make it so! Our best plans frequently can go wrong. The only thing we can advisedly do is live ‘one day at a time.’ To live a day-to-day philosophy is helpful. None of us can guarantee what tomorrow will bring us. But to know within the principles of faith, love and hope is to have a strong undergirding when surprise or crisis occurs. Strong people of God experience a child-like trust in Him whch nothing can destroy.