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What is the most precious gift we are given? It’s something you can’t put a price on. Once you use it or spend it, it’s gone forever. You can’t buy more… you can’t even steal more. You will always have a fixed amount of it. In fact, the amount you “own” is always decreasing.

 

I’m talking about time. God has given each of us an amount of time. God has a plan for each of our lives. And each life has a begin date and an end date that only God knows.

 

Here’s my question to you…

 

How are you spending the time God has given you?

 

I hate to admit it, but I was quite wasteful with my time. I decided to change the way I used my time. How did I do it? I made a list (yes, I am the list guy).

 

How I desire to spend my time.


 

1.    With God. Everyday. Even if I’m rushed I make sure I listen and talk to God.

2.    With My Wife and Kids. Splitting your time between a wife and five crumb snatchers can be a challenge. What I came to realize is that I will never regret investing time into each one of them.          Investing the priceless gift of time into my family will be one of the greatest decisions I’ll ever make.

3.    Work. This pretty much sums it up...   “Whatever you do, work at it wholeheartedly as though you were doing it for the Lord and not merely for people.”  I love the people I work with. They                 each add an element that makes SOS a family atmosphere. At the end of the day we are all here for the same purpose… serving God by serving you.

4.    Hobbies. I used to neglect this… and my mental health suffered. Now I take time for a couple of personal hobbies. For me, these can be things I do with friends or even by myself.

5.    Sleep. At least 8 hours of sleep a day to maintain a positive attitude.

 

These are the things I used to help prioritize the time God has given me. If you were to make a list of your own, what would it look like?

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