Dailies 2019

Dailies In His Word
June 2019

“Times are changing! Time goes so fast! Time after time we do the same things.”

Believe it or not time is not relative, though it often feels that way.  Sometimes we wish we could take back time and live it different, but we can’t.
God knows that sometimes we get ‘lax’ or ‘lazy’ about doing the work He has brought us to do, and that sometimes we even get rebellious and do the wrong things.
As a child I heard the sentence “Take that back” on a tv program and thought of how our words can hurt others. We need to be careful of what we do, and what we say with the time God has given us to live out on earth and we need to be sure we live right!
Do the things that God wants us to do the first time and we won’t have to go through the hard stuff again and again. Use wisdom when you spend your days and nights.

Whatever you do whether it’s with Godly friends or not, our God knows.  Whether they are right choices or wrong choices, He knows.  When we make the wrong choices they are there, we can be forgiven and we an even try to forget but often they come back to us and stare us in the face.  What we do then depends on where our peace lies. If God is our peace then we know the best thing to do is to give it to God, because He redeemed us with His blood and through Him, we can redeem the time!
Through walking the walk that is right in God’s eyes its like we can take back the time we wasted and get right with God for the rest of our lives. If we walk in wisdom then we can bring others to Him, in that way we can redeem the time by saving the lost. So do the right thing, do what God would do!

 Walk in wisdom toward those who are outside, redeeming the time.  Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer each one. Colossians 4:5-6

Heavenly Father, thank you for redeeming us, and helping us to redeem the time we have as we use every moment of our lives to do Your plan for us. Help us to bring others to know you that they too may have peace! In Jesus’ name,

Teresa M. Wilson