Great post from my friend David Steele on the greatest “Time Manager” of all “time”!
The subject of time was no stranger to Edwards. He thought about the “improvement” of time often. Even in his famous 70 resolutions, he addressed the matter of time.
Resolution # 5
Resolved, never to lose one moment of time; but improve it the most
profitable way I possibly can.
It would serve us well, then, to consider the precious matter of time from Jonathan Edwards’ perspective.
Section 1: Why Time is Precious
Jonathan Edwards states four reasons why time is precious.
- Because a happy or miserable eternity depends on the good or ill improvement of it.
- Time is very short, which is another thing that renders it very precious.
- Time ought to be esteemed by us very precious, because…
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