TIME and JUDGMENT
BY: RAY PRINZING
“A wise man’s heart discerneth both time and judgment. Because to every purpose there is time and judgment…”
With a humanistic approach we tend to view everything in terms of the grand and glorious hour of climax, and tend to forget the day by day “moments” which are equally important and God-directed. Here is real discernment, to know the difference between “time” and “judgment.” The former speaks of the process, the latter of the climax. Many people want the spectacular hour of judgment, and try to bring it into the middle of the process time, but this would only cause confusion and mix up the process, were men able to control the judgment hours. Thank God, man cannot do this, but the Father
True, when we are brought to the fullness of sonship, mature and ONE IN CHRIST, then shall we also partake of the stewardship of the fullness of times,
The Greek word for “judgment” is “krisis” from which we get our English word “crisis,” which is actually a climactic turning point, that critical moment when a change must occur.