Jay Ripley spoke with us today during life training on time management.  I often think of myself as very good at managing my time, but I was convicted by the lesson this morning.  Jay talked about how our desires are reflected by how we use our time reflects our desires.  When we leave the earth, there will not be a regret for not finishing tasks that are only related to the world.  He challenged us to not spend all of our time accomplishing things that ultimately won’t matter.  I think that I almost always accomplish tasks that don’t ultimately matter.  It is not that I want to stop doing my homework, cleaning my room, and reading literature—those are all wonderful things; however, I think that I should spend some more time in prayer, more time in the bible, and more time evangelizing.

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