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Author, Leslie Flynn in his book, shares this thought: "If you are 35, you have 500 days to live." Flynn reasons that after subtracting time spent sleeping, working, running errands, taking care of medical matters, eating, traveling, and tending to other "necessities" of life, in the next 35 years, you will have the equivalent of 500 days to spend as you see fit. How often do you spend time with your spouse and children? How often do you take time to spend with your friends? How often do you find time to spend with God? The hard fact is that human nature too easily gets bogged down taking care of peripheral things and life clutter, while ignoring that which is vitally important. We tend to selfishly attempt to work out all of the details of life while ignoring the crucial areas. So take a day off. Go on a date with your spouse. Spend time with your children. Get alone with God. You only have 500 days left to live. Leslie Flynn presents fascinating facts about time-keeping devices, the calender and how it developed, and how our psychological timepiece while addressing Biblical aspects of time that relates to the Christian life. -- Causes the reader to look at how they spend time -- Packed full of information concerning time -- Information that can be incorporated into sermons or devotions -- Full of Biblical application -- Fun to read "It's About Time " will help you appreciate, evaluate and use every moment more effectively as you move on in life.
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Book Description Pathway Press, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110871484463
Book Description Pathway Press, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0871484463
Book Description Pathway Press, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0871484463