There are lots of things you can do with Time.  

You can save time. You can share time. You can invest time. You can waste time. You can hurry up and make time, and during daylight savings time you can even change time. But you just can’t put time in a bottle.

Everyone likes to have a fun time.  But it seems like there is never enough time, or the right time or any time to have a good time – so you have to wait for another time.

If you work, you work either full time or part time.

Someone may ask you at work, “What time is it?”

You say, “It’s almost lunch time.”

But the most anticipated time is quittin’ time.  Us older workers from a prehistoric time called that YaBaDaBaDo time.

Sometimes the boss who works all the time wants you to work overtime.  That’s OK as long as they’re paying double time.  Some men like to take that extra time and use it for play time and buy some tickets for some NFL prime time!

Some folks don’t know what to do with their time.  They have too much time, idle time – you might say they have time on their hands.  And even though their mother told them time, and time again to watch what you do with your time, they end up drinking their time instead of watching their time: Miller time.

When you do too much Miller time you end up in the wrong place, with the wrong people, at the wrong time.  Next thing you know you are standing before a judge and he is sentencing you to do some time – hard time.  How do I know?  I read it in the Chattanooga Times.

So the best time is the right time when you show up to church on time and participate in the worship time – stay for the preaching time – and learn about the end time.

Until Next Time, Gary

Inspired by Jimmy Carroll (