John 9:1-7 (4) – We must work the works of him who sent me while it is day; night is coming, when no one can work. (ESV)

God is an advocate of perfection (Genesis 8:22). He set time as the currency of life and a gauge for our existence (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8). Time waits for no man; therefore, we must understand its signs such as the children of Issachar, who commanded others because they knew what Israel should do (1 Chronicles 12:32).

Time discerners are destined leaders because they maximise time (day) and control their resources to achieve maximum success. Time readers know that ‘The real-worth of time is by investing it’– Stephen R. Covey. So, they do not allow opportunities to slip by without grabbing them. We saw Christ’s example in our Bible reading, where He recognised the need to do His Father’s assignments before it becomes too late. No wonder, he gave the blind man new eyes and did wonders everywhere He went!

Beloved, what are you bent on achieving this week, month, and year? If any! Have a time-plan and do it. Perhaps, you feel your time has passed. Just start something; heaven shall accelerate your progress (Ecclesiastes 9:10-12). More importantly, the end time is fast-approaching. Repent and surrender to Jesus!


Hymn: Work, for the Night, is Coming – Anna L. Coghill (1854)

1. Father, help me understand the time and my purpose.


1. Lord, put an end to the scourge of darkness in my life.

2. Father, please command Your blessings to be permanent in my life, family and the church.

3. Time wasters, in the journey of my life and glory, expire!


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