NOW IS THE TIMENow is the acceptable time; behold now is the day of salvation “2 Corinthians 6: 2 When someone is about to take their vacation, they count the days until departure, but when the time finally comes, they are surprised to see how quickly the long-awaited vacation days have passed. With this in mind, I began to think, What is our life ?, “It is certainly like the mist that appears for a little while, and then disappears.” Time passes quickly and each one must verify that human life is no exception, no one can count the days until his death. In a workshop, a believing foreman showed his colleague a folding rule and put his thumb on the number 60 , saying, “This is your age, but you probably won’t make it to a hundred.” And he continued talking about the importance of taking advantage of each day as if it were the last, living it with that intensity that adds value to our days. Hear the word today; God now gives us the time to get right with Him. The foreman’s colleague was reflecting, he was an honest man, and he did not understand what he had to do with God. However, he came to understand that there were still areas that he had to hand over to be changed by God, that there were decisions, which he kept putting off year after year. A call that he had to make, a pardon that he had to ask and another that he needed to grant…. Don’t wait until you’re 60 to accept the Lord Jesus as your Savior! No one can guarantee that you will reach that age. Remember that you do not own your days, start today and determine to stop putting off the decisions you know you should make, tomorrow could be too late. Telma Céspedes RDS Department Assistant The following credit, by obligation, is required for use by other sources: This article was produced by Radio Cristiana CVCLAVOZ. What do you think about this?
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