Time Management In The Will of God, Part 2
Managing time is a God issue. To the degree that you surrender to God, you will better manage your time. We mostly want to manage our time by our will and not God’s will. Where is the demarcation between your will and God’s will? God’s will is not always comfortable and easy. If God is not your priority, you will not manage your time. (Part 3 of 3)
In the second letter to Timothy, Paul has some very direct instructions that he writes to Timothy, pastor to the church of Ephesus but first and foremost, his spiritual son. He wanted to make sure that Timothy was able to endure, withstand, and be steadfast despite life's opposition. Even though Paul writes to encourage his son as he pastors, this epistle provides encouragement to all believers to continue in the ministry of the church which is to encourage and continue to build up the Saints. Paul, while sharing these relevant things with Timothy, had to also remind him of the position and authority that he, Paul, stood in, as an apostle of the Lord Jesus Christ.