Today I will live in God’s time. What time is that? First, it is not my time. To understand what God’s time is, understand the context of this message. An angel had appeared to Zechariah and announced that his wife, old and beyond child-bearing years, would give birth to a son who “will be filled with the Holy Spirit” and turn people’s hearts back to God. But Zechariah, thinking in worldly terms (as we all do) expressed disbelief. In time, a son was born-John the Baptist. God’s time is faith time.
“Every word I’ve (Gabriel) spoken to you will come true on time—God’s time.”
Today I will go to God’s altar for it is always time to do so.