- MemberOctober 26, 2020 at 10:59
“Father use to walk 20mins to save money. Son spends money to save time”.
I saw this somewhere and it compelled me to ponder deeply on the statement.
Friends please kindly share your thought on these questions I can not but ask:
1. Who is more prudent between the two of them, Father or Son and why?
2. Between Money and Time, which is better saved than spent, or which is better spent than save and why?
3. I see motive as a key factor in providing answer to these questions.
So what can one learn from motive for saving time and money as exemplified by one or two Characters in the Bible?
Let’s enlighten one another on this subject of ‘Saving Money and Time’
- MemberNovember 5, 2020 at 19:55
There is an African song with the lyrics “Time na money” meaning “Time is money”. In the Corporate world, money and time are used interchangeably to measure efficiency and reward; as such you have to account for your time to determine your reward. What you are able to accomplish within a given time determines your reward (salary/money).
The Bible has a lot to say about time and money such as the clarity provided by Christ through parables such as parable of the talent (Mat. 25:14-30). The parable focused on money utilization with a given time. I understand that what God looks out for is faithfulness in our stewardship of time and money, thesame also applies in the Business world – effectiveness and efficiency with resources.
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