by Zach Terry

A Mom's Priorities
Zach Terry
2 Timothy 3:14

During my time in Kentucky I had the opportunity to meet some incredible people. One guy in particular was a very wealthy business man. I have been with him and witnessed him spend 3 million dollars at the drop of a hat. He was an incredibly hard working man. He was so driven and so committed to what he did that his desk was about waist high and had no chair. He got up early in the morning and worked several late nights.

But as hard as he worked I am convinced he didn't put in more hours that my wife. She's up around 6AM and going full speed often until 10-11PM at night. And I know that as exceptional as she is, many of you ladies do the same thing.

Many times you function under the tyranny of the urgent and have very little time to consider what is important.

I want to give you the next few minutes to consider what you want to give your choice time to in light of scripture. What will your priorities be? Here is what you need to know.

God has given you a limited window of opportunity to make a difference on this planet. The Opportunity of a lifetime only exists during the lifetime of that opportunity.

TYPICALLY this doesn't happen - Culture trends downward

Rarely does one generation surpass their predecessors morally or spiritually.

That is why someone said, "the compromises of the father, become the excesses of the son".

One generation sows the wind, the next reaps the tornado.

But you want to make a difference for good… you want to make a positive impact.

You can multiply your impact by
investing truth in the lives of your children.

I want to introduce you to two women who throughout their lives did just that.

In 2 Timothy 1:1-4 Paul is writing Timothy from Prison, about to die...
1 Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus by the will of God, according to the promise of life in Christ Jesus, 2 To Timothy, my beloved son: Grace, mercy and peace from God the Father and Chr ...

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