We all make time for what we feel is important in our lives. Time has a wonderful way of showing us what really matters. What do you spend your time doing?
I hate it when I don’t have enough time to do what I should be doing or what I really enjoy. I’ve made many personal attempts to be a better steward of my time. I’ve tried planners, schedules, and several different methods. I think I’m getting better but still need improvement.
I suppose we all feel a little guilty when we waste time. We have a limited amount of time, but it is something many of us squander away. If we can get a better control of our time, we will gain better control of life.
This Sunday I continue a three-part sermon series called: Radical Generosity from 1 Corinthians 16. God gives to us so that we can give to others. One of the most precious gifts God gives us is time. This week, in my message “Serving Opportunities” from 1 Corinthians 16:5-9, we will learn some principles of using our time for others.
The Apostle Paul had the same 24 hours in a day that we have. But he was able to do so much. He organized his schedule so he could get as much done as possible. But He allowed God to hijack his plans if needed. He took advantage of a wide open door of ministry in spite of the difficulty.
I hope you will join me to incorporate some adjustments in your use of time and take advantage of the serving opportunities God brings to you.
Join us this Sunday @ 10:30 a.m.