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Do We Waste Time?

Time is a precious, non-renewable resource. Each one of us has a limited supply. It is distributed equally, in the sense that every minute has sixty seconds, every hour has sixty minutes, every day has 24 hours and every week has 7 days. It moves at the same speed for everyone, but some are not aware of its incessant movement.As the saying goes, "Time waits for no one." However, in another sense, we don't all have the same amount of time. Some lives are long, others are cut short. No one knows how many days he will have, thus the importance of using each one wisely. There may not be any "tomorrow."    Henry Twells (1823-1900) wrote: When as a child I laughed and wept, Time crept. When as a youth I waxed more bold, Time strolled . When I became a full grown man, Time RAN. When older still I daily grew, Time FLEW . Soon I shall find, in passing on, Time gone . David wrote: "My times are in thy hand" (Psa. 31:15). God certainly gives each of