A Weekend Of Telling Time
So I love checking the time on my iPad, even though we have multiple clocks in every room. When I want to see how slowly or quickly the day is progressing, I just hit that little button and find out the time - and see my husband's sweet smile.
That's definitely good motivation to check the time.
But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day. 2 Peter 3:8
How wonderful it is to think that once we get to heaven, time won't matter anymore. Some days on earth feel like they're about a thousand years long, even though they're the same 24 hours as usual. The difference will be that we'll be so busy praising the Lord in heaven that the time is completely irrelevant.
Make this a weekend of telling time. Not the clock time, though that may be important tomorrow for getting to church in a timely fashion, but the eternal time. Lay up treasures in heaven today so they will be waiting for you one day down the road. Those busy-work things won't have any meaning compared to the thousand years as one day moments in eternity.