We just finished another tax year. If God were to audit our account with Him, what would He find? Let’s take a moment of spiritual inventory this morning, want to?
(Just the tone of the question has failure written all over it, doesn’t it?!)
If God were to ask us for an explanation of how we use our time,
how would we respond?
“The term “busy” comes instantly to mind. It’s the generic term for “Mom”. Time is the devourer of all things.” Ovid. 43 BC There is never enough of it! “We are eternity’s hostage; a captive of time”. Pasternak We know procrastination is the thief of time. And we poetically talk about the “footprints on the sands of time”.
It must be important because… think of all the times “time” is referred to. Time eases all things…Time heals all wounds…Time is the subtle thief of youth …Time lost can’t be recovered…Time is money...Time is the least thing we have…Time is the school in which we learn…
“The time that we have at our disposal every day is elastic; the passions that we feel expand it; those that we inspire contract it and habit fills what remains”! Marcel Proust As we walk through the corridor of time we realize that it does not relinquish it rights. Misuse of our time is self-suicide!
Time is the wisest of counselors. There is a time for peace and war; a time for singing of birds (spring!); a time to love and to hate…a time to be born and to marry… to dance and to die…a time to heal…a time to keep silent…to speak… to laugh…to weep…to plant…to forget… Ecc.9 Time is the most valuable entity a woman can spend. Jesus acknowledged time, when He said, “My time is at hand”.
“Do you love life?
Then do not squander time because
that is what life is made of.” Ben Franklin
What are you doing with your time?
Our time is in HIS hand…Psa. 31:15
And He will hold us accountable one day!
~Jackie Johnson - I am a former tribal missionary to the Kuna Indians on the Colombian border in Central America. Fluent in several languages, my husband and I currently pastor a Spanish-speaking church in Southern California. My passion is discipling and equipping dedicated young women for life, marriage, motherhood, and beyond. I am the mother of two daughters and the grandmother of three Princesses and four young Knights.