Teach us to number our DAYS, that we may gain a heart of wisdom (Psalm 90:12)
How old are you? I am 10, 307 today. Tomorrow I will be 10, 308. I’m not the oldest person alive, I’m simply changing how I measure the length of my life. We measure our lives in years but the Scriptures clearly teach the wisdom in numbering our days.
This is the powerful practice that author Robert D. Smith conveys in 20,000 Days and Counting. I have read many books on purpose, goal-setting, and time-management but the impact of this concise book was much deeper than others. It is written so that it will take the average person about an hour to read but you will want to read it twice and slow down to let every sentence sink in.
The chapter titled Motivation is a Myth (just one page) is worth the price of this book.
I would highly recommend this book, especially if you find yourself in a rut. You will be encouraged to remember how short and fragile life is and how important it is to employ every day for the purpose God has intended for your life.
Today is a gift. Make sure you celebrate it by doing something important and worth-while.
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