Jesus said, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” Therefore, focus on what God is giving you; abundant life. And let us agree that you don’t have any business with death. Do not join the camp of those who do not make multi-decade plans because “nobody knows tomorrow”. This is a complete waste of time. “What if you die tomorrow?” is best answered by “what if you don’t die tomorrow?” Focusing on death is a waste of your time. Death is not a fruit of the Spirit. Trust that God will keep you alive for as long as you need to do your work.
The Bible does not teach us to sit around waiting for death. We should be out and about, carrying out the works of the one who sent Jesus. God is not interested in your death. You were not created by God to die. Heaven will not rejoice or be fulfilled as a result of your death. Stop being indifferent to death. And do not be afraid of death. Jesus already defeated death. Focus on the abundant life Jesus promised you. And consider how much work you can do in service of God. Make a list of things you have to do before you can be permitted to talk about dying.
Jesus said that he came to give you an abundant life. If you have faith that you have received an abundant life, you should no longer be worried about sickness, poverty and death. You need to become more proactive with regards to your life. You need to decide when you want to die. And the exact things you would have accomplished by that time. There is enough time to do the things God has placed in your heart to do. As long as you have things to do. You can live for as long as you need to. Keep your focus on living an abundant life. Let your daily living reflect your commitment to God.