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It’s good to have a clock on your wall – a clock with a second hand, the kind that you can see going “tick, tick, tick.” It is a reminder that your days are short. It is a reminder that once a year, or a day, or even a second passes we can never get it back. Because of this, scripture urges all of us to make the best use of our time. And the end of the year is a great time to evaluate where you are in life. Did you grow in 2014? Did you make any progress spiritually, relationally, physically, or even vocationally? I would encourage you all to take some time in the coming days and evaluate what you have done in the past year, and what you hope and plan to do in 2015. Your days are short, so make the very best use of the time that God has given you.
I’m Jason Dees, encouraging you to think through it.