Performance In Christianity series
Looking deeper into feedback leads us to consider the accomplishment of biblical people. Those who have lived the life and walked the walk. We choose King Solomon, who spans two chapters (2 Chronicles 8-9) to demonstrate time management.
In the narrative of 2 Chronicles 8:3-10, Solomon showed remarkable building skills. Solomon was known for his wisdom which is what he asked of God. 1 Kings 3:5-12 gives us a full understanding of what Solomon asked and the pleasure of what God gave to him. In the request of Solomon for greater understanding is time management. Solomon realizes that he was as a child compared to his father David but thought enough to ask God for direction.
Solomon understood that to make the most of his time; he would have to have wisdom from God. The time to experience the things that would bring wisdom could be gotten by asking his Heavenly Father, who could gift him with whatever he asked; this would increase his time management and performance.
2 Chronicles 8:1-2
At the end of twenty years, in which Solomon had built the house of the Lord and his own house, Solomon rebuilt the cities that Hiram had given to him, and settled the people of Israel in them.
The LORD God, Jehovah El Elohim (Genesis 2:4), we thank You for performance measurement examined through time management in the Word. We praise You for our accountability, where we come to sit at your feet. We decree and declare blessings upon those who dream of pleasing You to the satisfaction of Your Heart, so that; by the wisdom that You gifted Solomon we stand in Your counsel. Now, for the Kingdom and the Glory of God, we petition, with anointing in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord, and Savior, Amen.
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