Recently I ended up losing out on two great opportunities. These were not new opportunities; I was aware of them. For some reason I kept putting off taking action. I kept telling myself I would take action soon. When I finally decided to do something, I was too late and missed out. My procrastination costs me, and it started me thinking about the consequences of procrastination in our Christian lives.
Merriam-Webster defines procrastination as the act of delaying or postponing something. What are you delaying or postponing in your Christian life? What is it that you know you should be doing, but for whatever reason, have not done?
God tells us that we should be aware of our time and should seek to be good stewards. Ephesians 5:16 tells us to redeem “… the time because the days are evil.”
If you are procrastinating - why are you waiting? Are you aware of the possible consequences
of your procrastination? Don't wait!
Blessings - Janice
Associate Certified Coach, ICF