About The River

Thursday, March 22, 2012


Time! It is something we struggle with around here. I know some of the problem is me taking too much on. I am not good at saying "No"! God always knows just what I need. This was my devotion yesterday, by Charles Swindoll.

Busyness substitutes shallow frenzy for deep friendship. It promises satisfying dreams but delivers hollow nightmares. It feeds the ego but starves the inner man. It fills a calendar but fractures a family. It cultivates a program but plows under priorities.
Starting today, refuse every possible activity that isn't absolutely necessary. Sound ruthless? So is the clock. So is your health. Start saying no.

It is in vain to rise up early, to retire late.
Psalm 127:2

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