The Problem of Time on Judgment Day

It’s simple math:

A person that lives to be 70 years old will spend:

23 years 7 months Sleeping (8 hrs a night x 365 x 70 / 24 hrs / 30 days /12 mos)

1 year 3 months Bathing (3 hrs a week x 52 x 70 / 24 hrs / 30 days / 12 mos)

3 years 0 months Bathroom (1 hr a day x 365 x 70 / 24 hrs / 30 days / 12 mos)

4 years 4 months Eating (2 hr a day x 365 x 70 / 24 hrs / 30 days / 12 mos )

4 years 4 months Food prep or seeking (2 hr a day x 365 x 70 / 24 hrs / 30 days / 12 mos)

23 years 7 months Work or school (8 hrs a day x 365 x 70 / 24 hrs / 30 days / 12 mos)

4 years 4 months TV watching and Gaming (2 hrs a day x 365 x 70 / 24 hrs / 30 days / 12 mos )

4 years 4 months Travel (2 hrs a day x 365 x 70 / 24 hrs / 30 days / 12 mos)

A basic life, lived 70 years without vacations, family times, sports, or hobbies spends about 68 years and 7 months just surviving.

When a 70 year old Christian faces Jesus Christ on their Judgment Day, if they have not been prudent with their time of life, they will be testifying about the works of the LORD God they did in this life for only 1 year and three months.

If that 70 year old has been faithful to the LORD God’s Word, and taken one day out for Holy Sabbath every seventh day, then he has 10 years and 1 month that he can present to the Jesus Christ as evidence of focusing on the things for the Kingdom of God.

If that 70 year old Christian has allowed the Will of God to work through them and complete the works He has directed, the works are brought to the throne of Jesus Christ, and weighed for reward. It is time, and a matter of weighing the results that are created through the use of that time that matter.

Christians must dedicate every free moment of time to do the Things of the LORD God. That is His Will, and that product of our dedication is what we will be presenting before Jesus on the day He asks for an accounting on our works that bring Glory to His Father during our lifetime on earth.