Three years ago a waiter at a TGI Friday’s was clearing a table and found this napkin with these words written on it.
Are you, like me, wondering if the person who wrote this was trying to convince himself or herself? If they said it and wrote it enough, it would be true? Perhaps, it was meant as an encouragement for the next person who sat down. “I’m not afraid of tomorrow, you shouldn’t be either.”
It’s also possible this was a person connected to God, and, this is just a statement of faith.
Are you afraid of tomorrow?
Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. Hebrews 11