To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven
Today's Morsel: Do you ever worry about the time? We get up early and rush to the airport because we don't want to be late. We leave home fifteen minutes early for work to beat the rush hour traffic because we don't want to be late. We map out our trips for the shortest route so we will know how much time it will take us to get there. The bad part about all of this is, no matter if we are going on a trip, or going to work, if we aren't careful we won't enjoy the trip because we are so preoccupied with the time. I wonder just how much we've missed seeing because we were so focused on the time instead of what God was doing. I wonder what would happen if we planned a trip and didn't worry about our arrival time, just took our time and we got there when we got there. I wonder what all we could see and how less stressful our lives would be. Many people take vacations and return more tired than before they left because they are focused on the time and not their vacation. Many of them say, "Well, we can only be gone for so long before we have to get back." And because they are worried about the time, they don't enjoy the trip. Solomon said that there is a time to every purpose under heaven. Have you stopped and asked God how's your time with Him?
Sing: Time is filled with swift transition, naught of earth unmoved can stand; build your hopes on things eternal, hold to God's unchanging hand!
Hold to God's unchanging hand! Hold to God's unchanging hand! Build your hopes on things eternal, hold to God's unchanging hand!