[Preacher] Pastor Jung Myung Seok
[Scriptures] Proverbs 1: 3-6
For receiving instruction in prudent behavior,
doing what is right and just and fair;
for giving prudence to those who are simple,
knowledge and discretion to the young—
let the wise listen and add to their learning,
and let the discerning get guidance—
for understanding proverbs and parables,
the sayings and riddles of the wise.
Just as you would definitely chew the food that is in your mouth, you have to do <the work> at the time you are doing it, and you have to realize <what you need to realize> at the time when you are already realizing.
A person is 100% capable of doing things if they want to.
Eating, putting on clothes, washing, and sleeping -
you can do all of them 100% even if you don’t pay that much attention to them.
<The time to do something> is ‘the opportunity to do something.’
Therefore, time is given to you, you are on fire with desire and have hope,
and the Trinity also do it with you.
If you are only trying to do well on something, you can’t do it.
The time when you are doing that task is the best opportunity to finish it, so you have to do it all at the right time.
If you do things at the time you are doing them, like walking up stairs,
when you step on <the first step>, you will see <the next step> and will climb up easily.
I pray that you do it at the time you are doing it, realize it at the time you realize, and take action at the time something comes to your mind even if it is difficult and hard.