With 168 hours in our week, we have more time than we realize to do things that we often don’t think we have time to do. 

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                   If we work 50 hours in the week, and if we sleep another 50, we’ve still got 68 hours left.  If we do work around the house for another 15 hours per week, we’ve still got 53 more hours. 

     golf-clubs.jpg  If we have a hobby to which we devote 10 hours per week, we’re left with 43 hours.  

The point I’m making is that God has given us a great deal of time with which we must make priority decisions.   Many people neglect church, Bible study, and prayer because they make themselves believe they just don’t have the time.   We do not make time for God, it’s just the opposite.

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