First things first: Who’s in charge of the calendar?

calendar-overloadIf I don’t carve out time for priority items on my calendar, I can be sure that every other thing in life will take their place. Then I will surely try to shoehorn God in somewhere.

How different things would be if I put God first and let Him show me where everything else is meant to fit.

And what needs to go.

Lent, here I come!

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About wlebolt

Wendy is a health and fitness professional and coach who specializes in helping young athletes dig deep to reach high. Her business, Fit2Finish, LLC, serves the Washington DC metropolitan area.

Posted on February 18, 2015, in Body and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Perhaps part of the problem is that we only think of time as passing “chronos” rather than a special moments “kairos.” For more on the Greek’s concept of time: https://stevesimms.wordpress.com/2015/01/29/the-greeks-split-time-into-two-words/

  2. A color coded image. Just the way I like calendars to look. So what color is God time?

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