We have no more and no less than twenty-four hours in a given day. No matter how much we attempt to stretch time, unless God does for us as He did for Joshua, chances are, try as we might to manipulate, compartmentalize, and manage it a day will still have but twenty-four hours.
Because I cannot make time stand still, nor replicate myself, I am forced to juggle projects throughout the week, attempting to be faithful to every task I have undertaken thus far.
If the number of things I was juggling would stay unchanged, then there would be no need for this article because I could manage them well enough.
Those of you, who know me, know I don’t go chasing after more than what God has already put on my plate. I am as content with where God has me today as I was where He had me ten years ago. I have long since learned the invaluable lesson that it’s not about me, but about Him, and I will do anything He asks of me, regardless of how lowly some might deem it to be.
Although I didn’t go looking for more things to do, God has nevertheless opened a new avenue for our ministry, one He has compelled us to pursue.
Starting in January, we will be on no less than twelve radio stations throughout the United States, from Nebraska, to South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
Since radio programs don’t record themselves, I will have to once again divvy up my time in such a way where it will be possible for me to record these programs. I’ve also been working on new ‘truth in a nutshell’ teachings, which we will be filming beginning this week.
The good news is that God is opening up new avenues for us to preach the Gospel. The bad news, especially for those of you who are daily readers of this blog, is that I will not be able to post with the frequency I’ve been posting, since these projects will be taking up a substantial chunk of my time.
I will do my best to be faithful in continuing with the series on prayer, as I do believe it is a worthwhile and necessary teaching for the Body of Christ especially in the days to come, but if I don’t post every day or even every other day, I hope you can understand the reason why.
I ask that you keep me, my family, and this ministry in your prayers, as I believe the Lord is about to increase our workload exponentially.
Since the times are what they are, I will be posting more thoughts on the current events we are seeing taking place all around us and the prophetic ramifications of said events as pertains to Bible prophecy.
One thing is certain: the times are upon us, and we would be wise to enter into this season prayed up, fasted up, and grounded in the truth of God’s holy word.
With love in Christ,
Michael Boldea Jr.