St. Augustine is perhaps most famous for pointing out that what we most love, we do most. A more common way of stating this is to say that we keep track of what we value most. If I value money or friendship, I will keep a record of this love. It is no wonder that we keep track of time. Time is a very valuable commodity and we prove our love for it by keeping calendars and checking our watches. Moreover, embedded in our time keeping is the time we keep with others. A sure sign that we love others will be expressed in the time we give them. Your time is valuable and so giving it to God, or a friend, or an enemy will be a sure indicator of your desire to show them love. In this sermon, we will reflect upon how the Gospel informs both the love God has for us and the love we show to God and others as we steward our time.
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