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The Core of Christian Time Management — 9 Comments

  1. Hi Cheryl, I’ve been trying to learn that what I don’t get done in the day was not meant for me to do (provided I haven’t squandered my time), and that when something unexpected happens that I have to take care of, God’s already foreseen it, and has made provision for it timewise. It’s a lesson I am learning over and over and over!

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  2. I love what you have to say here! Our my goals God given or self given? there are times when I am so happy for those “interruptions”, that were truly God saying…STOP…go and do something else. I love how HE OPENS THE DOORS, how spending time with him in prayer brings confirmation. I can look back over the last few months and see God answer prayers and direct JesusRx. Not sure exactly what will happen as we do our shows, but I’m excited knowing it is where God is placing us and we are praying we will be used by him and able to shine his light and love to others.

    • God is amazing how He opens doors for us if we will just take the time to listen and then obey. On the journey with you in learning to trust in Him more.

  3. Thank you Cheryl for this. As a coach in her first year of “working for myself”” I have been in tons of fear. I have not been diligent about asking for Gods blessings or what he would have me do, probably because of the fear I am in.. I have not been in Gods will because I have not been intentional about asking what his will is for me today and throughout the day. I am asking right now!!

    • It is brave of you to admit that you’ve been in fear. I suppose that is the problem with most of us, isn’t it? Fear is behind our simple lack of trust. God is so merciful and gracious to love us anyway!

  4. I was not sure where you were going with this when I read what Christian time management is NOT. But, as always, you brought another great concept to the table and something we all need to be reminded of. I meet with the Lord in the a.m. and lay my day before HIm, but I need to get better at the “throughout the day” part – especially when distractors and time wasters start to pop in. Thanks, Cheryl.