4 Ideas to Help Us Make Better Use of Our Time

Author:
Ana Ávila
Date:
June 24, 2024
Type:

The Way to the Heart of True Productivity

Ana Avila has written and spoken on the topic of productivity and offers practical tips in this short article.

"God is the one most interested in you and me using our time well. He isn’t looking down from heaven waiting for us to throw our lives away in order to punish us. On the contrary, he began the good work in us and he will finish it (Phil. 1:6). If we want wisdom to be productive—to live a life that honors him with all we have—we need only ask in faith. This is a prayer that God promises to answer (James 1:5–7). Of course, asking for wisdom is just the beginning. We need to know the word of God and walk in obedience, trusting that the Lord will make our steps straight as we do so. In the process, how can we start making better use of our time?"

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