We all know that no matter what we do times will change. From one day to the next, from one minute to the next, our lives are always moving forward. There are moments in our lives that we wish we could live in, but in reality, it doesn’t happen. As we get older, our perception of time seems to spends up, like we have entered into a race that won’t stop. Today is no different than the day we were born. The universe was set into motion by God when He created everything. Our part in this world is to use our share of time to the best of our ability. Not to squander the time we have been given. Although, we try not to change everything, it still does. The only constant in this world is change. It is how we judge everything. From a baby to a toddler, from a toddler to a child, from a child to a teenager and finally from a teenager to an adult. Our perception of this world is based on time. So, here is my question. What are you doing about the changing times that you have left? Everything will come to an end. This world has so much time left, then it will end. Are you rushing headlong into eternity, not knowing what is going to happen to you? I was 28 years old before I discovered who I was and what was going on around me. The thief on the cross next to Jesus discovered who he was just before he died. Which tells me that everyone has a chance to see who they are in this world before you die. The bible calls it coming to oneself. It is where you understand where you are in relationship to God. But if you die not knowing where you are in this relationship with God, it is all over but the crying. God gave us this time, although it’s changing constantly, to figure out our relationship or the lack of it to God. Jesus said, I am the door, no man comes to the Father but by Me. Turn to God and repent. Use your time wisely. And figure out who you are in your relationship to God.