I can't help but thing how this little 7 letter world has changed so much of society as we know it today. Just the other day I happen to purchase a new pair of pants, and the tag said this "instantly slims you" Wow, Instantly slimmer? I need ten pairs not just one pair. That is magic to be instantly slimmer. In reality there is no "instant" in being slimmer it takes hard work eating right, exercising and choosing the right foods. But we want everything instantly. We have become impatient people.
I started to doodle about how much instant we have become Here is just a very short list.
* Instant Messaging
* Instant Coffee
* Instant Credit
* Instant Replay
* Instant Commissions
* Instant Krazy Klue
* Instant Dry Nails
* E-Books InstantlySynced
* Instant Live Streaming
I am sure many of us could had hundreds of "instant" things to our list some necessary and some unnecessary. I remember when Turkey's took hours to cook and yet now you can deep fry them and even thug they are not ready in seconds in less than an hour a turkey is done. That is just one example of how things have changed. I know for me when I got my implants I had hoped I would instantly hear. That was not the case and so often those I mentor that are getting CI"s ask how instantly they will hear. Now seems to be the language every one speaks.
James 1:9 (niv) says "Understand this my dear brothers and sisters; you must all be quick to listen,slow to speak and slow to get angry. Jesus didn't say to be instantly listen or instantly speak one even get angry he said to be slow. Next time you see something flash ahead of you that says instant think twice and see if it's worth having that appear instantly.
As for the pants well let's just say I can't tell the difference so I was not instantly slimmer...
Until next time