Have you also observed, or is it just me, that speed and momentum is now the order of the day in virtually every area of man’s life in this age and time
Think of this: In professional football, the team with better pace, momentum and tactical sharpness often wins the day.
In professional Table Tennis, the individual with fast-hand in addition to skillfulness often wins the trophy.
And in whatever sport you can think of, speed, pace and momentum gives any skillful athlete competitive edge over their equally skillful counterpart.
Also think of this: Among business analysts and recruiters of Multinational firms, a fast thinker and a quick solution-profferer is often preferred over the ‘slow and steady’ achievers.
And if you keep checking, you will realize we now live in a fast-lane society where we all want quick-fix to our problems. We want things done faster and quicker than our pace. [To highlight one of this: we all can’t tolerant slow Internet connection anymore — it is annoying I surmise]
‘What you have to do, do quick’ is often now the rhetoric I this age, especially when the matter favors the Orator.
My friend, whether we like it or not, this is now the new way to go if we want to stay relevant in this age and time.
THEREFORE, TO YOUR SKILLS, TALENTS, AND GOOD WORKS, PLEASE ADD SPEED AND MOMENTUM. TRAIN UP YOUR BRAIN FOR QUICK THINKING AND YOUR MUSCLES FOR SPEED.
Even the Bible has much things to say concerning making haste; however it does not favor it over patience in matters of choice and decision making. So don’t misused Scriptures!
The scripture counsels we make haste to do the good works, the Father’s will and the Father’s business. Hastiness outside any of these, is not scriptural injunctions [beware!].
In whatever assignment the Lord has commanded you, and in whatever capacity the Father has enabled you, add urgency to His instructions: the end is near!
Beloved, I therefore leave you with these injunctions from the Lord and I pray they minister to you with utmost urgency in Jesus name.
Proverbs 3:28 KJV:
Delay not the good you will do. Say not to thy brother to come tomorrow what is thy power to do today.
Proverbs 8:17 KJV:
I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me.
1 Samuel 21:8 KJV: …. because the King’s business required haste.