1. Between life and death are your years. What are you doing with them?
2. life is too full of options and clinging to one will hinder you from making progress.
3. Small doors often lead to big spacious rooms. Never despise small openings.
4. God is willing to answer our prayers but are we willing to pray the prayers?
5. The measuring stick for your faith level are your words. Pay attention to what you say.
6. Time will never move an inch backwards. When you are wasting your time, time is not wasting its time.
Joseph, these were indeed thought provoking. You made me stop and ponder a couple of them in particular. The one about life being full of options was definitely something to think about, as was the one about small doors.
I perhaps would have liked to see each point expanded just a little more, but even so, as short, sharp insights, they were still quite good. However, each one is an article in itself, and you could expand each into a short devotional.
One minor thing, with the measuring stick one, the use of the "are your words" felt wrong. Because the measuring stick is singular, the "are" didn't sound right, although to change it to anything else would have sounded odd as well. So perhaps that could be better phrased as "Your words are the measuring stick for your faith level."