Change happens so fast! About the time you deal with one situation, another situation rises up and things that use to take a long time to happen are happening very quickly. If you don’t believe this, then you need to travel to your local computer store and purchase a new computer and see how quickly your purchase becomes obsolete. How about your new cell phone plan? You just signed up last month for the latest and greatest, but now they have a better plan.
About the time we get out of one storm and get everything cleaned up and under control they start talking about another. Then they’ll speak to us about some epidemic that is taking over. Believe it or not God always has answers for what is happening at any given moment, but the problem is that when things are moving at a rapid pace, if you don’t find out what God is doing you could become outdated very quickly.
So times are changing and as time moves it has a way of taking us through a process. The word process is only used five times in the KJV and when it’s used it says something like, “and it came to pass in the process of time” and when we deal with time and all it’s changes we need to understand the concept of time.
Time comes from the word, “Chronos” and this teaches us that time is measured. It’s set and we all live by the same “Chronos”. Basically that is saying that a minute is sixty-seconds and a hour is sixty-minutes no matter where you live. In essence a twenty-four hour day in America is the same over seas, this is “Chronos”, it is measureable.
Now there is another part of time known as “Kiros” and it has nothing to do with the exact measurement of something, but it has more to do with a MOMENT of opportunity. Kiros is simply a space in time. The thing about opportunities is that they are not subject to Chronos time. In fact you will find that most of the opportunities that God brings to you are not subject to the time that you’re subject to and most of the time they are very inconvenient. God doesn’t consult our day-timer when He gets ready to change something in our lives. So what he does is change something in the spirit world that cannot be scheduled by man, but orchestrated by God. Fundamentally when God orchestrates something, natural time has to adjust to fit into what God is doing. This is known as faith.
I want continue any further with my babble today, but suffices it to say, that most of the time we’re too busy living by our schedules to experience a God moment.