“And I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten, the cankerworm, and the caterpillar, and the palmerworm, my great army which I sent among you” (Joel 2:25).
As a Christian, when you give yourself to the study of the Word and fellowship with the Holy Spirit, evident changes begin to manifest in your life.
These changes should immediately reflect in your lifestyle, especially your speech, your communication.
True Christian maturity is the ability to speak correctly or wholesomely, in line with the Word, irrespective of the situation. For example, if you needed to get somewhere or complete a project and the time limit you are given is closing in, don’t panic or get into a frenzy.
Don’t start lamenting and complaining that you don’t have time. Don’t cut your time short with your words. Keep your composure. The God who lives in you is the owner of time.
Read the opening verse again and observe what the Lord said. He is a restorer of time. He restores wasted years, which means He can restore wasted months, wasted weeks, wasted days, wasted hours, wasted minutes, wasted seconds, and wasted moments. Hallelujah!
So, don’t panic because of time. When you panic, you take actions in fear, and fear is of the devil. As long as you are panicking, you cannot have a miracle. So, refuse to panic for “lack of time.” 1 Kings 18:46 explains how Elijah was transported by the Spirit of God to outrun horses. Philip was transported by the Spirit of God to another city, faster than any supersonic jet of our day (Acts 8:39-40).
Always remember that you’re not an ordinary person. You live a miracle life; whatever amount of time there is, is what you need! Moreover, because you live a miracle life—the supernatural life—if the task or project you are on requires an hour, you can do it in a shorter time. Have this consciousness.
Every so often, say to yourself, “I have enough time in life to be all that God has destined me to be, and to do all He’s called me to do and finish my course.” Hallelujah!