You can regain everything but time, so use it wisely.
“As long as it is day, we must do the works of him who sent me. Night is coming, when no one can work.” – John 9:4
Growing up, how many times did you hear, “Take your time” or “Time waits for no one”? Time is one of most precious commodities that we only seem to value when we realize we don’t have enough of it. If you think about it, we can make up money that we lost or misused, we can apologize for mistakes we made, and even retake courses we did poorly on, but we can’t really make up time. We should become more diligent with it.
Once while working out I realized that I could never make up reps which meant that if my trainer instructed me to do 5 sets of 20 reps every day and I missed a day, then I couldn’t make that day up. It meant I just missed out. You see, time is the same way. Don’t take it for granted. Use it wisely.
Jean Ward serves as pastor of East Atlanta Church.