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Topic: Luggage (08/15/05)

TITLE: ATTIMETUDE
By Marie Agustin
08/21/05


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Theme: The Luggage

Title: ATTIMETUDE

All of us have a luggage that we carry everyday. Inside this luggage is the common gift that God has given us time and attitude or simply attimetude. Whether we are or are not working in a manufacturing or service company each of us deliver a product or service at the end of the day.

Time is absolute, inflexible, strict, unbending, and uncompromising. Attitude is adaptable, bending, dependent on what we believe, flexible, lenient, and compromising.

Each of us has 24 hours in a day to spend our time efficiently and with a pleasing attitude to the One who gave it. We have the option to effectively use or waste it; control it or control us; enjoy this grace or miss this common blessing; carry it with an attitude of gratitude or ungratefulness.

Our luggage could be a burden if we carry it by ourselves. Matthew 11:29-31 states: 29Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. 30For my yoke is easy and my burden is light." (NIV)

When our attitude of time is dependent on Godfs word, God would help us carry our daily schedules. Whatfs your daily attimetude?


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Julianne Jones08/23/05
Thoughtful devotional. Enjoyed it. Keep up the good work!
Shari Armstrong 08/29/05
A nice devotional (a few typos) but very nice.