Remember the children’s game, Hide-and-Seek? One child counts while everyone else hides. Then, when the child is done counting, he or she calls out, “Ready or not, here I come!!” This popular game provides the perfect analogy for Mike’s message about the end of time.
To truly understand and capture the “power” of time, Christians must take “time” to be thankful. Taking that time – seeing your life from a positive perspective, without comparison – is a critical part of your happiness.
In his final lesson of 2015, Mike looks forward to the New Year and presents two ideas for getting the most of 2016: 1) recognizing the value of time, and 2) setting tangible goals for your personal growth.
We want things fast; we want things right now. That’s the world we live in. Unfortunately, faster isn’t always better. Could it be that going slower can provide greater access to the things that we truly find valuable? In this lesson, Dan explores the problems with constantly being in a hurry and the benefits of…