Time Flies

The old saying, “Time flies” certainly is true. My only question is, where is it flying to? It is here for a fleeting nanosecond, and it’s gone forever. There is much to write about. There are many other areas of our lives we need to address. There is much love to share, but in a split second, it’s all gone.

So I will ask, How are you spending your time? Is it profitable? Is it wasted? Will it count for all eternity? The term, “spending time”, means exactly that. You are spending time just as you spend money. You will get what you pay for. There are no special deals or sales in the world of time. Every second you spend is worth something. What are you buying with your time?

Your choice of how you spend your time will determine what comes back to you. Time is fleeting. Time is never still. Time waits for no man (or woman). So I ask again, and hopefully you will seriously consider it – how are you spending your time?

2 thoughts on “Time Flies

  1. How do I spend my time? Well, I’m not out preaching the gospel every day, but try to take the opportunities when they present themselves. I find that God brings people through my life frequently who are in crisis, struggling, or lost and usually it is about things I’ve experienced. He nudges or prompts me and I marvel at how he puts words and ideas in me. I always pray that it will draw them nearer to Him and give them hope. I can fix their problems, but I can share God’s faithfulness in my life to help them. If God had not been in my life I would have no hope to point them too.
    My week is spent writing, Bible study, being with friends, yard work, you know, average things. I have to admit though that I spend WAY too much time on Facebook. I need to stop doing that. I hope all is well with you Bill. Excited your wife is doing another book of poetry.
    How’s Pinpoint doing?

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    • Your days seem pretty full, Lori. That’s a good thing as long as it’s not too full. I’m not on FB much, but I do think it can be a good witnessing tool. There’s so much garbage on it that I think when something positive pops up, people notice.

      My wife has the material ready, but it’s going to be a while until her book is ready to go. All of her hand-written work needs to be put on to the computer, and that will take some time. Thanks for asking.

      I’m glad I’m done with Pinpoint. Now it’s on to Cadeyrn. I want to send you your copy of Pinpoint, but I’m not sure where to send it. Let me know.

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