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  • Writer's pictureLeisa Wilkins


We're in the final quarter of 2021. You still have time to start something new, finish something old, expand your mind, read a good book, write a chapter in the book you've always wanted to write, work on personal goals, lose weight, gain weight, start an exercise program, and so much more. You still have time to encourage someone, speak life and hope into someone's life, forgive someone, accept that an apology you deserve is never going to happen and move on in peace while hoping for the best for that person. You still have time to ask for forgiveness, to let go of offense, bitterness, envy, and more. You still have time to mend a bridge, build a bridge, and cross a bridge. You still have time to dream, to resurrect a forgotten dream, or to make a dream come true. YOU. STILL. HAVE. TIME. BECAUSE, IT. IS. NOT. TOO. LATE! There is no time limit on walking in your purpose, being who God created you to be. If you are still breathing you have time. You just have to do something with that time. Don't watch it go by. Instead, actively participate in being you! Develop your gift, walk in your gift. Be your gift. The world needs you to be who God created you to be and to do what God created you to do. IT. IS. NOT. TOO. LATE! BECAUSE, YOU. STILL. HAVE. TIME. YOU'RE HERE! #LeisaWilkins #EncouragementInTheWord Be Encouraged! ❤

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Oct 08, 2021

I used to hear the saying that time waits for no man. That means we are to do what we can while we can. My grandmother used to say don't put off for tomorrow what you can do today. Thanks for the reminder to do what needs to be done while I'm still here and there is time.

Leisa Wilkins
Leisa Wilkins
Oct 08, 2021
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So true. Procrastination can derail our purpose, and there are people that need us to do what God created us to do. My Nana used to say the same thing about putting things off. She was right.

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