NOW IS GOOD
by: Michele-Lyn Ault
“When you cultivate habits that get the small things and the hard things done before you have time to dread them, it benefits the rest of your life.” —Chip Ingram
One of the most damaging habits that we can all relate to, and probably deal with most daily, is procrastination.
When we put off doing something later that we know we can do now, we do not always foresee how those obligations pile up, weigh heavy on our shoulders, draining our energies and motivations. We feel the discouragement from the overwhelming responsibilities and the little time to get accomplish them. We end up dreading our todays because of what we put off in our yesterdays.
Let us stop saying later. Procrastination keeps us behind our lives, weighed down as we try to move into our future. God has called us to lead our lives. He made us the head and not the tail.
Now is an acceptable time.