Each day we are gifted with 24 hours. How do we use this precious resource? Do we have time for justice, or does it only go towards ‘me and my’?
Our faith has much to say about how we can not just use our time, but invest it in the lives of others. You will discover that using your hours to be a blessing to others can have a profound impact on the hours of others, for today and many days into the future. The gift of time can be multiplied into others.
Time: A commodity that has no bias. We can’t hoard it. It’s not stored in a savings account. Every person is only given 24 hours per day: it is the ultimate equalizer. For a full life, rich in fruitfulness, we are to examine how well we use our daily allocation of 24 hours.
“I noticed that making myself accessible and available to serve whoever I came in contact with (with either my time, my networks, my gifts and talents and passions), would glorify God and his calling over my life.”
Blog post by Allan Basajjasubi
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