“Guys are taking life as it comes. They’re reacting to the things that are put in front of them, rather than sitting down, thinking through… priorities and taking care of those.”

Many men, even in the Church, feel restless, bored, inadequate, and lost. David Delk looks at the connection between time and money are closely connected.

“Most men would say that they’re too busy, they’re tired, they feel like they can’t fit everything in… particularly those with young children. There is a busyness that comes with the pace of life and again, there are so many options available to us… activities and sports and all kinds of hobbies.”

David challenges men to be proactive – in striving and in resting. When a man is rested and acting purposefully, he can bring about secure families, healthy workplaces and godly communities. Always striving after the next thing and responding to the last crisis is draining and fruitless.

“A lot of men get caught up in the next thing that they’re going to have to do if they just have a little bit more money. What ends up happening is, there’s always a next thing, and there’s never enough money. Many men end up living this perpetually dissatisfied life, never satisfied with what they already have, always hoping to get something more.”

Men can think wisely about their resources by following three simple steps.

1. Earn little by little.

2. Save little by little.

3. Share where to store your money.

Part of our purpose on earth is giving, as God has given to us.

“What an unbelievable privilege that God shares some of His resources with us. Jesus talked about storing up treasures in heaven. We get to invest in kingdom ways so that our money is not just being used in the here and now, but it really will make a difference for eternity.

Key Scriptures: 1 Thessalonians 1:3

Featured Songs: The Maker by Chris August; More Than You Think I Am by Danny Gokey; Who Am I by Casting Crowns

Highlight : Time and money – a man’s challenges

Redeeming the hearts of men

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