And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgement
For the past year or so, I've been hearing young adults use the word "YOLO" to explain why they take risks or make irresponsible choices. YOLO, for any who do not know, stands for "you only live once."
That sentiment can be taken in a few different ways, as The Lonely Island song, "YOLO" demonstrates (a parody about being overly cautious so you don't die):
But, everyone is going to die, so instead of using YOLO as an excuse to push boundaries (or never leave the house), please use this as a reminder that you will also only die once, and then you will face judgement.
Your past doesn't disqualify you from God's grace. But refusing to acknowledge Jesus Christ's sacrifice and accept the grace freely given, will. You never know when you're going to die, so please make a decision before it's too late.