Why am I so busy?

Author:
Tim Chester
Date:
January 17, 2022
Type:

Busyness is often seen as a badge of honour in our Australian culture. As Christians, the need to be busy can identify some of the areas of life we are not yet entrusting to God. Tim Chester provides questions to uncover what is at the root of your busyness.

"I want to look at some reasons why we may be too busy. And they all symptoms of a lack of faith in the God. They all turn out to revolve around what we believe about God – not confessional faith (what we say in the creeds), but functional faith (the faith that actually shapes our lives). We are too busy because we do not believe the truth about God – not really, not in a way that shapes our lives..."

Source: https://timchester.wordpress.com/2016/01/25/why-am-i-so-busy/

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