• Using Time Well Devotional

    Ephesians 5:15-16

    John Chrysostom reminds us that “the times do not belong to you” (ACCN T 8, p. 180). Even the hours of the day are not ours but are entrusted to us for wise stewardship. Let us therefore be careful with our time, endeavoring to serve the Lord well through efficient and effective service to our earthly supervisors. May we also seek to make the most of every opportunity to spread the gospel to the ends of the earth. View Resource

  • What Time Is It? Devotional

    Ecclesiastes 3:1-15

    Fundamentally, Scripture is concerned to answer this question: What time is it? The answer that it gives for the present era is that we are living in the last days, that period when the gospel goes forth in power to bring the nations into the kingdom of God (Heb. 1:1–4). We must be focused on accomplishing this great task, which involves times of prayer for the lost and periods in which we reach out to unsaved friends and family. View Resource

  • God and Time Devotional

    2 Peter 3:8

    We gain a helpful perspective on prayer by remembering that God’s relation to time is different than our own. It can be easy to grow impatient when God takes years to answer prayer. If we are not careful, we can even get frustrated that God seems to move so slowly. However, knowing that God relates to time differently than we do helps us remember that He always acts at the proper time. Pray knowing that God is not slow but always acts at just the right moment. View Resource

  • The Thief of Time Devotional

    Proverbs 10:5

    If you are guilty of procrastination, confess it to the Lord. Before the day begins, consider what you need to accomplish that day and commit to doing those things in an orderly time frame. This also applies to spiritual matters. Do not delay confession, prayer, or service to God. Serve Him now, for tomorrow may not come. View Resource

  • Ordering Your Time Devotional

    Proverbs 24:27

    Proverbs 24:27 deals with setting priorities. Take care of important things first, and order your days according to set priorities. Today make a list of your responsibilities and activities. Prioritize all you have to do and want to do. Make a rough schedule for each day. Post your priorities and schedule prominently as a reminder. View Resource