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    Ephesians 5:15-17 (NKJV)
    15 See then that you walk circumspectly, not as fools but as wise,
    16 redeeming the time, because the days are evil.
    17 Therefore do not be unwise, but understand what the will of the Lord is.
    Time is a gift most precious. It is the most valuable of all of creation for it comes for a moment and never returns. No matter how we may wish or pray for another such moment, once it is past, it can never, ever
    come back.

    Words that are spoken in a moment of time, once gone from the mouth, can never return from its source for it is forever lost in that moment in time that never returns. They now only exist in our memories either to bless or to regret but no more can that moment return.

    With so much of our time being taken away and that precious commodity being more and more rationed out to fill the shortness of our day, time to spend quietly in prayer or in fellowship with our God is slowly slipping away. Time to pray. Time to fellowship. Time to listen. All our precious one time use of our time, slowly being stripped away as other things appear that demand more and more of that precious time.

    At the end of the day as you lay exhausted from all your daily activities, do you just close your eyes and fall asleep or do you take a moment and review your day? We wake up at the alarm preset to follow the same routine we did the day before and the day before that day. Relentlessly time marches on and before we've realized it, all our time has disappeared while our children grew up and we missed it. We and our spouse have grown old and we look back and wonder how the time has so quickly passed by. So much did we lose, so much we could have done, so much time we wasted that could have been better spent. And all we can do now is live in the quiet place of lonely regret for how quickly has time slipped away from us, never to return for another chance.

    Before we reach the end of our time on earth, let us take stock of this ever so precious thing called time and instead of the less important things crowding out our time, let us plan to set aside each and every day to make the most of what little time we have left to give praise to God, spend quite times with our families to enjoy the time we have together before that time slips away.

    Our time is precious and our days are numbered. Let us take advantage of every moment we have before it slips back into eternity from where it came.

    Jerry Sundberg

    Soon after I received the Lord in 1976, I started receiving prophetic visions and warnings about the future of the church and the United States. I share my visions on my Hidden Manna websites and offer free of charge my two ebooks entitled “Hidden Manna” and “Hidden Manna 2”.

    Website: Hidden Manna

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