“Make Time” for Everything Else, Not the Bible

I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard someone say, “I don’t make time to spend in the Word every day.”

God’s Word doesn’t go on a to-do list each day.  It is the list.  Perhaps we should “make time” for everything else we do on a daily basis instead of trying to make time for the most important thing.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Andy C says:

    This is why I do it first thing in the morning even if it means getting up earlier than I need to.

    He comes first, and everything else follows on that.


  2. That’s a great thought. The Word is (or should be) the most important thing to a Christian, especially us preachers.
    Thanks for the exhortation.


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