Four Things To Do Daily

Before you get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the week, I'd like for us to seriously talk about budgeting our time. A lot of things are going to happen in the next seven days - some will be planned and others will take us by surprise. That's just the way life works, because that is how God uses time to grow us into mature Christians.

For these next seven days, I challenge you to find time to do each of these four things. None of them will take more than a couple of minutes, but God can use that sacrifice of time to do great and mighty things in your life and the lives of others.

1. Tell someone you love them. And not just somebody that you share this phrase with all of the time. Look for someone who truly needs to have the love that God has placed inside you spilled over onto them. Don't be fake, or secretive, or showy, or hasty. Simply give them the words they need to hear.

2. Write someone a note of encouragement. We all know people who are really going through it - financially, emotionally, health-wise, spiritually. Taking five minutes out of our day to lift someone else up may be just the boost they need to make it through another trial. Write an e-mail, make a card or send a text. Let them know there are at least two somebodies who care - you and the Lord.

3. Do something that will make someone laugh. I don't think there's nearly enough laughter in the world today, and what little bit there is has been distorted and perverted. Counteract all that filth by sharing a good, holy, precious laugh with someone who may not have even smiled in a very long time.

4. Share your faith with one someone. Leave a tract. Leave a comment on someone's website. Leave a lasting impression by telling someone about the God you serve. You may be the only way some people ever hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and sharing your testimony is a quick, simple way to share God's love with a lost and dying world.

Four little things that will take just a few minutes of your precious time today - but what a difference those minutes might make in someone's heart.


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