Less than two weeks separates us from the beginning of a new year. Regardless of the impending holiday, nearing the end of one year and the beginning of another raises several questions.
Did we accomplish the goals established last year while we were looking at the beginning of 2013?
If we knew that 2014 would be the last year of our lives, what changes would we make to insure our goals were completed more timely?
Would our goals be considered important or urgent?
If we have been procrastinating the need to set goals, we have no time to waste.
If we are waiting to decide what is most important or urgent, we have no time to waste.
With so much to do: people to lead to Christ, Christians to strengthen in faithfulness and personal growth, time is of the essence. No commodity is more valuable than our time.
Let us use the time God has given us wisely and never be known for wasting it.