SEED OF DESTINY DEVOTIONAL: Wasters of Life and Destiny
Today’s Seed of Destiny Daily Devotional is written by Dr. Paul Enenche
Topic: Wasters of Life and Destiny
Today: Thursday May 25, 2017
SCRIPTURE: So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. Psalm 90:12.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Delay equals decay.
Time is a continuum. Its movement is continuous, ever forward without pausing or stopping. It is a vehicle that conveys you into your future without your permission.
That is why the way you handle your time today determines the way your future will handle you. The waste of time is the waste of life. Therefore, in order not to waste your life or destiny, it is important to take note of the following habits that are referred to as wasters of destiny:
This is the habit of putting off an activity especially something requiring immediate attention. Procrastination is a waster of life and destiny. The best time to have done what you are thinking about doing now was yesterday. Delay equals decay.
A person is said to be idle when he is not working or actively engaged. Being idle is more demanding than being diligent. A house that is not occupied soon begins to crack. When the hand is not being used, after a while, it begins to reduce in size. Idleness equals decadence. Idleness brings degeneration.
3. Plan-less living
This is a situation of having no plan for one’s life. If you do not engage time, time will engage you. One who has no plan for his life goes everywhere with everybody. If you do not plan your life, your life will plan you.
Remember this: delay equals decay.
1) Determine not to waste your time.
2) Engage your time and life with a meaningful activity per time.
PRAYER: O LORD, I ask for the grace not to waste my time and life. Separate me from every time waster in Jesus’ Name.
FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: PROFITABLE USE OF TIME.
DAILY READING: 2 Samuel 7:1 to 8:18, John 14:15 to 31, Psalm 119:33 to 48, Proverbs 15:33
QUOTE: You exist as a light bearer and a road pointer. Culled from CAREER AND WORKPLACE WISDOM by Dr Paul Enenche.
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TODAY IN HISTORY: 25/5/1946 – Jordan gained independence from Britain.