It still is a mystery to me how we can never make time to fellowship with each other until someone dies. Only then do we seem to make the time to visit the funeral home, visit the family home, arrive one hour early to the funeral services and spend another hour eating up the after-funeral meal.
Let’s be honest. We make time for anything we want to make time for. We make time to gossip for hours on the phone and in the street. We make time to get our hair and nails done even if it takes all day and a bunch of money. We make time to go out for an evening [and some of us don’t return until the next evening.] We make the time and spend the money to attend sporting events, movies, plays, comedy clubs, sorority and fraternity meetings and conventions. We take time to hurt other people and put them down and spread rumors about them. We make the time to get our cigarettes, alcohol, beer, wine and recreational drugs. We take the time to detail our cars and trucks. As a matter of fact, we make the time to do just about whatever it is we want to do whenever we want to do it and for however long we want to do it.
But we just can’t seem to find the time to spend in fellowship with one another or with our LORD. (Hebrews 10:25)
How we spend our time is as important as how we spend our money. It tells who and what is really of value and importance to us. Therefore, spend your time wisely for tomorrow’s not promised to anyone and today is the only time that you have.
SHARE THE TIME YOU’VE BEEN BLESSED WITH!
MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY WITH THE TIME THAT YOU HAVE.
INVEST YOUR TIME IN OTHERS AND IN SERVICE TO GOD!
LOVE AS IF YOUR TIME WAS RUNNING OUT.
ENJOY THE TIME THAT YOU HAVE.