Pay careful attention, then, to how you walk—not as unwise people but as wise—making the most of the time. —Ephesians 5:15–16
Lately I’ve felt the weight of using my time wisely. I’m constantly asking, “How does God want me to use my time and resources? How can I use them in a way that’s most glorifying to Him?”
I want to live in a way that reflects profitability for God’s glory, not my own. I don’t want to be bound by fear, loss, or discomfort. I pray that with every faithful, risk-taking step I make, I will remember my loss is God’s gain. I realize I have no clue what this will look like from a practical standpoint. There’s no detailed map for what my next move will be.
But I don’t have to know all these things. God hasn’t called me to be all-knowing, all-powerful, or ever-present; He’s called me to be faithful. I can rest assured knowing that on the other side of faithfulness is the all-knowing, all-powerful, and ever-present God holding me tightly in His hand. In Him, nothing will be wasted.
Make it Personal
How is God calling you to use your time and resources today? This week? This month?