Time is something that we all have. How we spend our time will determine how successful we become. People will say, “I just don’t have time to get everything done that I need to do.” Or they will claim that “there is just not enough time in the day.” I believe that if we do an inventory of how we spend our time, we will soon discover that most of us have plenty of time to get everything done that we need to. If we assess how much time we waste in unproductive activities, such as watching TV and talking or texting on the phone, it seems that we always have enough time to do what we really want and never enough time to do the things that we need to do. It really comes down to setting realistic goals and managing our time better. Once time is spent, you can never get it back. I encourage you to do an inventory of how you spend your time. I believe that we will find places in our daily schedule where we could spend our time more efficiently and to get done the things that we want. Procrastination, putting things off until some future moment or when it seems to be a more convenient time, will cause stress on your life. Spend your time wisely and you will discover that you had more time than you thought you did.
Published on Tuesday, October 7, 2014 @ 11:05 AM CDT
Check out our latest sermons or see other videos and podcasts.