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Redeeming the Time

Updated: Aug 3, 2022

Each of us have been given a small piece of eternity. What you do with your piece is completely on you to decide. Henry Thoreau warns us, “You cannot kill time without injuring eternity.” Every second is precious and you can either spend it serving yourself or God. Time spent on God will never go to waste. However, time spent on your own pleasures will die with you someday. Loved ones, don't forget that you are all created by love, and with love we should all serve the Master. Be good stewarts of the many blessings you have.


They world has done a great job twisting the truth about serving God. Working for Christ does not mean you will be miserable and/or unhappy. Naturally you will be comfortable in your earthly desires BUT the more you eat from the Masters table, the more fulfilled you will be from it. With anything, it becomes easier the more you discipline yourself to His will.


CT Studd wisely stated the "What's done for Christ, will last for an eternity". Allow this to be the sentiment of every man who wishes to be a good steward of his time. We all have been entrusted with a small portion of time. Should we invest in it wisely, it will surely pay double dividends all throughout eternity.


"Walk in wisdom toward them that are without, redeeming the time"---Colossians 4:5


"See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise,.."---Ephesians 5:15


Your Fellow Believer,

Mason Phillips






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