TIME – THE THRESHOLD OF ETERNITY
(Read Ecclesiastes 3)
William Shakespeare, the great English playwright, said that everybody had twenty-four hours a day. . . it’s what you do with your time that matter. Time, after all, is an illusion. It expands
and contracts to suit one’s convenience.
Time on earth is brief and fleeting
Rapidly it passes like a ship a-sailing
Three score and ten years are but a span
The life of man does come to an end.
Time cannot be accumulated nor recalled
Every moment though precious, cannot be stored
Unlike the bank of money deposits can be made
The bank of time offers only “Take”.
Time can be spent or wasted in reality
Make your priorities with keen possibilities
Procrastinate not with rationalization
God’s calling requires no justification.
There is a time for everything
Everything demands your right thinking
No human logic can be applied however
When it comes to God’s grace and power.
Make your spiritual life count
Care not just your bank account
Send your booking ahead to heaven
Lest it’s too late towards the end.
A Chinese by Descent
An Australian by Consent
One thought on “Time – The Threshold of Eternity”
So well put! We should not squander the limited time that God has given each one of us. We shouldn’t be counting our days, but making our days count.