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A TRUE LEADER REDEEMS TIME
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Introduction

It is impossible to comprehend what time means without initially understanding that purpose is the unparalleled motivation that instituted creation. In essence, the Creator of the universe does absolutely nothing without a determined and clear purpose. He is the God of time and purpose. He has a time for what He does, and a time for what He purposed.


Created for purpose to be fulfilled by a God who always speaks into your future and expects you to log in to His timing; time is not controlled by the unpredictable nature of the systems of this world. It is not moved by Man’s unpredictable moods, his grandiose goals, vision and plans, his lamentation of past injustices or his regret over missed opportunities. It also does not need human approval to move ahead and it never consults any human government of its intentions and plans.


As an exhaustible asset that no human has the capacity to reverse, stall or add to, the protection of one’s time from every voice against his divine leadership assignment must be every human being’s enduring priority. In fact, as alluded to through the x-rays of “Keeper of Time” selected for this book, “A true leader redeems time,” how you invest your time upon discovering your gift will determine how great you become and how great you become will determine the size of your influence in the world system you were sent to subdue, dominate and replenish. 


Put differently, every Man’s greatness is measured by his influence, and his influence is a product of his significance, and his significance is a product of his value, and his value is a product of his unique gift, and his unique gift is a product of the time he invests in refining it and developing the character to preserve and sustain it.


As inexplicably glorious as the manifold and incorruptible promises of God are, perhaps the one that provokes enduring hope to every human being who ever lost time to procrastination, ill-health, oppression, ignorance, fear, taking offense, indecisiveness or sheer abuse is the Creator’s willingness to redeem his or her time. The Creator and granter of time, The Holy Spirit,  promises every human that if He is granted unabridged access into his soul and body, He will clean out what the locust or the invading enemy of the soul (sin) destroyed and build up what He (The Holy Spirit) delivers. The Holy Spirit Himself will in effect, redeem or buy back what was lost through sin by working through every area of his life.

In essence, time is an invaluable and exhaustible asset that is naturally impossible to buy back, stop, extend or reserve. 


This therefore means that to redeem it is a supernatural act that requires the preternatural might and ineffable wisdom of the God who created you and placed you into time to discover and accomplish your purpose and leadership assignment.


A Man’s attitude is vital to the process of redeeming time. Described in this book and depicted  through the selected x-rays as the manifestation of a person’s belief system, your attitude controls your behavior and decides your future by deciding the doors that will open for you to go into the next level of your assignment and the doors that remain shut. Essentially, only an attitude rooted in faith can create the confidence requisite to redeeming time.


Renewing one’s mind is also critical to redeeming time. God gave you a mind to paint a picture of the future He created you to birth and what happens in your mind will happen in time because anything a human can conceive in his mind, he is able to birth in time. 


However, the process of redeeming time begins with possessing an unquenchable desire and unrepentant attitude that seeks to pay the outstanding debt one owes to both him or herself and the human family for the time he lost not serving his gift. This must be followed by an apprehension henceforth that your days of living an ordinary life are now over. You must also begin to measure all your actions according to what you still have left to do to accomplish your clearly articulated goals and reach your well-defined destiny.


There are five keys for redeeming time discussed and alluded to in the x-rays selected for this book. Namely, documenting a plan and setting priorities, making decisions based on your leadership assignment and destination, developing and refining your gift, comprehending the cost of fulfilling your purpose and possessing a revelatory understanding that the Creator who fashioned you for your purpose and sent you to earth to fulfill it will not fail you.


In conclusion, redeeming time rests in the understanding that every human being’s days on earth are numbered. Every day was dully granted for you to carefully monitor your purpose and prioritize it according to your leadership assignment, and the four paramount questions you must ask yourself at the epilogue of each day are:


1: How much energy do I have left to accomplish my purpose?


2: How much of my strength did I dedicate solely to my purpose?


3: How much purpose relative to my time have I completed today?


4: What will I do with the potential still inside me with the time I have left?



It is impossible to comprehend what time means without initially understanding that purpose is the unparalleled motivation that instituted creation. In essence, the Creator of the universe does absolutely nothing without a determined and clear purpose. He is the God of time and purpose. He has a time for what He does, and a time for what He purposed.



Created for purpose to be fulfilled by a God who always speaks into your future and expects you to log in to His timing; time is not controlled by the unpredictable nature of the systems of this world. It is not moved by Man’s unpredictable moods, his grandiose goals, vision and plans, his lamentation of past injustices or his regret over missed opportunities. It also does not need human approval to move ahead and it never consults any human government of its intentions and plans.



As an exhaustible asset that no human has the capacity to reverse, stall or add to, the protection of one’s time from every voice against his divine leadership assignment must be every human being’s enduring priority. In fact, as alluded to through the x-rays of “Keeper of Time” selected for this book, “A true leader redeems time,” how you invest your time upon discovering your gift will determine how great you become and how great you become will determine the size of your influence in the world system you were sent to subdue, dominate and replenish. Put differently, every Man’s greatness is measured by his influence, and his influence is a product of his significance, and his significance is a product of his value, and his value is a product of his unique gift, and his unique gift is a product of the time he invests in refining it and developing the character to preserve and sustain it.



As inexplicably glorious as the manifold and incorruptible promises of God are, perhaps the one that provokes enduring hope to every human being who ever lost time to procrastination, ill-health, oppression, ignorance, fear, taking offense, indecisiveness or sheer abuse is the Creator’s willingness to redeem his or her time. The Creator and granter of time, The Holy Spirit, promises every human that if He is granted unabridged access into his soul and body, He will clean out what the locust or the invading enemy of the soul (sin) destroyed and build up what He (The Holy Spirit) delivers. The Holy Spirit Himself will in effect, redeem or buy back what was lost through sin by working through every area of his life.



In essence, time is an invaluable and exhaustible asset that is naturally impossible to buy back, stop, extend or reserve. This therefore means that to redeem it is a supernatural act that requires the preternatural might and ineffable wisdom of the God who created you and placed you into time to discover and accomplish your purpose and leadership assignment.



A Man’s attitude is vital to the process of redeeming time. Described in this book and depicted through the selected x-rays as the manifestation of a person’s belief system, your attitude controls your behavior and decides your future by deciding the doors that will open for you to go into the next level of your assignment and the doors that remain shut. Essentially, only an attitude rooted in faith can create the confidence requisite to redeeming time.



Renewing one’s mind is also critical to redeeming time. God gave you a mind to paint a picture of the future He created you to birth and what happens in your mind will happen in time because anything a human can conceive in his mind, he is able to birth in time. However, the process of redeeming time begins with possessing an unquenchable desire and unrepentant attitude that seeks to pay the outstanding debt one owes to both him or herself and the human family for the time he lost not serving his gift. This must be followed by an apprehension henceforth that your days of living an ordinary life are now over. You must also begin to measure all your actions according to what you still have left to do to accomplish your clearly articulated goals and reach your well-defined destiny.



There are five keys for redeeming time discussed and alluded to in the x-rays selected for this book. Namely, documenting a plan and setting priorities, making decisions based on your leadership assignment and destination, developing and refining your gift, comprehending the cost of fulfilling your purpose and possessing a revelatory understanding that the Creator who fashioned you for your purpose and sent you to earth to fulfill it will not fail you.



In conclusion, redeeming time rests in the understanding that every human being’s days on earth are numbered. Every day was dully granted for you to carefully monitor your purpose and prioritize it according to your leadership assignment, and the four paramount questions you must ask yourself at the epilogue of each day are:


1: How much energy do I have left to accomplish my purpose?

2: How much of my strength did I dedicate solely to my purpose?

3: How much purpose relative to my time have I completed today?

4: What will I do with the potential still inside me with the time I have left?






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