Daily Devotional for August 13, 2005

August 13

BIBLE MEDITATION: ?This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.? Psalm 118:24

DEVOTIONAL THOUGHT: Have you ever heard someone say, ?He has more time than I have.? That?s not true. No one has more time. There are only 86,400 seconds in a day. Nobody has more time than that. Even the man in Switzerland who owns the $7 million watch I read about recently. He doesn?t have one more second than you have. You have a day that God has made. It is a gift from God. That is why it is called the present. Every morning, His mercies are new. Every day God gives you enough time to learn, enough time to work, enough time to laugh, enough time to love. He gives you enough time to do gracefully everything He wants you to do. It is a gift. What kind of steward are you of that gift today?

ACTION POINT: Have you ever been micro-managed? That is a negative term to most everyone in business, but I want to challenge you to micromanage yourself for one month ? but just in one area. That is the area of evangelization. Each day, set a goal for the number of minutes you are going to spend in prayer for your lost friends, set a goal for the number of minutes you are going to talk to others about Jesus Christ, set a goal for the number of minutes you are going to minister to others who need God?s love. All these things are part of your witness. When the month is over, see how you did!

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