The quality of most every area of our lives - our health, our relationships, our careers, and our spiritual lives - are not determined by one given action (or inaction) on one particular day. For example, if you workout for just one day, you’re not likely to see immediate gains in your physique. Or if you skip reading scripture for a day or two, your relationship with God isn’t going to dissipate overnight. Rather, real gains in our lives are made from decisions and commitments that have a cumulative value only in consistency and persistence.
At the end of each passing year, it seems like time is flying by faster and faster. This serves as a sobering reminder that our time is our life - our one true limited resource. When it runs out, so do we. Thus, how we spend it and who we spend it with ultimately are the most critical decisions we make. As you seek spend your time wisely, we hope this series inspires you to equally consider the sources of wisdom you use to do so.