“He who observes the wind will not sow, and he who regards the clouds will not reap.” (Eccl. 11:4)
So many suffer from a condition known as “just right.” They are waiting for just-the-right time or just-the-right opportunity to act. This incredibly abused premeditated excuse keeps far too many Christians from doing far too many important, essential and needed things.
Practices like evangelism, hospitality, encouragement, and rebuke have all fallen prey to “just right.” Study, prayer and worship have also been victimized by “just right.” Even salvation has been put off by “just right.”
Instead of waiting for “just right,” let us commit ourselves to start emphasizing “right now.”