I Corinthians 10:31
“Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.”

When someone says, “I’m just too busy to pray and read anything,” know that the person is living out of order. It isn’t that their heart is wrong, necessarily, it is their priorities that are skewed. Any Believer, saved by the shed blood of Jesus Christ, who says they don’t have time to spend with Jesus Christ has something out of place somewhere. This is a major problem in the day and time we live in; people are so busy until they don’t even have time for themselves. The key, then, to making the most out of every day when you are busy, is to prioritize the right things.

Paul tells the Corinthians here to do whatever they do to the glory of God. If you are at work and you are not being valuable to that company, that isn’t glorifying God; that is displaying your ignorance. But when you work hard and do what you have before you to the best of your ability, and happily, then that is something God is pleased with. Others will see that and be influenced to do the same. If your schedule is too filled with things, to the point that you aren’t being valuable, then prioritize your tasks. Start with things that affect the most people or have the nearest deadline, then move to the next thing.

Christ should not be on your to-do list. It is through Christ that you can do all things, through His strength. If you are struggling to find the time (or the discipline to make the time) to spend with Him, something is out of place. Change it, and make Christ the center of your day; everything else you do is for His glory.

Make your day effective, make Christ the center, and let everything else glorify Him.

55-1114 - “The Darkest Hour, Then Jesus Comes Along”
And so, I seen a fellow going along side of the hill, so I went over there. I said, "Say, brother, I'm starting a revival down here." I said, "I'm a Baptist minister; I'd—I'd like for you to come down." He said, "Listen fellow. Get next to yourself." He said, "We don't have time for religion around here. We raise chickens." I said, "All right. It's okay." But you know what? About five days from then, you know, they had to take time out to bury the man. He died. And about five days from that time. And so you must have time for Jesus. You must remember that. Regardless of how busy you are, what kind of life that you're living, you better take time for Christ.
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