Procrastination is the enemy of becoming great.
This was true in King Solomon’s day as he instructs in Proverbs 6:4, “Don’t procrastinate—there’s no time to lose.”
When we procrastinate we’re not doing what God calls us to do. Jesus died and rose again so that we can live, not so that we can be paralyzed.
The more we procrastinate, the “better” we’re at it. So why do we do it? Why then do we let our families devolve until we barely know one another, do just enough at work not to get canned, and look at our community as just the place we live and not as the world we serve?