Use Of Time Quotes by Philip Yancey, Isaac Barrow, Jonathan Edwards, Georg Simmel, Jean de la Bruyere, Francois Fenelon and many others.
Prayer is to the skeptic a delusion, a waste of time. To the believer it represents perhaps the most important use of time.
Because Mathematicians frequently make use of Time, they ought to have a distinct idea of the meaning of that Word, otherwise they are Quacks.
I resolve to live with all my might while I do live. I resolve never to lose one moment of time and to improve my use of time in the most profitable way I possibly can. I resolve never to do anything I wouldn’t do, if it were the last hour of my life.
On the one hand, life is made infinitely easy for the personality in that stimulations, interests, uses of time and consciousness are offered to it from all sides. They carry the person as if in a stream, and one needs hardly to swim for oneself.
Those who make the worst use of their time are the first to complain of its shortness.
A general rule for the good use of time is to accustom oneself to live in a continual dependence on the Spirit of God.
Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.
Now is the time to make good use of time. Today is the day to begin a perfect day.
If you want to make good use of your time, you’ve got to know what’s most important and then give it all you’ve got.
Don’t be fooled by the calendar. There are only as many days in the year as you make use of. One man gets only a week’s value out of a year while another man gets a full year’s value out of a week.
I’m a big fan of pastries the size of a baby that contain enough calories for a year. That seems like an effective use of time.
Be wise in the use of time. The question in life is not “how much time do we have?” The question is “what shall we do with it?”
We are not responsible for our endowments or natural abilities, but we are responsible for the strategic use of time.
Let us seek friends that will stir up our prayers, our Bible reading, our use of time, and our salvation.
Our current use of time is not rational. There is therefore no point in seeking marginal improvements in how we spend our time. We need to go back to the drawing board and overturn all our assumptions about time.
To focus our mind on the task at hand-with fierce concentration-m akes for a productive use of time.
Time is the most valuable commodity we have, worth more than gold, yet wasted more than all else. Efficient use of time begins with prayer.