WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE YOU’RE RUNNING OUT OF TIME…

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Do you ever feel as though you’re running out of time? Like your clock is winding down?

Well you are, and it is.

What are you doing with your time?

Are you working hard to have the finer things in life with little time to enjoy them?

Are you missing your children’s childhood trying to get even more…of more than enough.

Are you just trying to survive?


Are you putting all of your energy, effort, gifts and talents into someone else’s vision?


Are you pursuing your own God-given purpose?

Don’t get your occupation confused with your purpose.


Carpenter was Jesus’ occupation, but that wasn’t His purpose. We didn’t get salvation because He was a carpenter.


We got salvation because He was sensitive to how much time He had to accomplish His purpose and relentlessly pursued. it…
Luke 9:51 (NKJV)
51 Now it came to pass, when the time had come for Him to be received up, that He steadfastly set His face to go to Jerusalem,

It’s time for you to relentlessly pursue your purpose.

As long as you have breath in your body it’s not too late.

So, make the most of every moment…
Ephesians 5:15-16 (NIV)

15 Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, 16 making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil.

Because yes, we are running out of time.

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6 thoughts on “WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE YOU’RE RUNNING OUT OF TIME…

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  1. Amen! I so appreciate this message, but let us also remember that in Christ, time is eternal, it is abundant and plentiful and there is more than enough. You cannot run out of “time” in eternity. Our lives here on earth are short, but our lives with the Lord are forever. I think we sometimes also forget, Jesus spent some 30 years preparing for what amounted to only a few years of ministry. We kind of flip that around here in the world and we spend 3 yrs preparing for ministry and expect to spend 30 yrs enjoying the fruits of our labors. There is nothing wrong with that, it is just that Jesus reminds us to store up treasures in heaven and to remember that our fruits are actually eternal.

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  2. Mate, spot on. I have been thinking about this a lot lately. Living in the mundane vs surviving, redeeming the time you have instead of wasting it and doing and being where you should be instead of doing stuff for the sake of it to kill time.

    Thanks for sharing.

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