He waits patiently for us while we wait for our last task to be completed before we spend time with Him. I am young and now I am older, and I have yet to see the end of tasks in my life. Therefore I have to make sure God comes before my first task every day, no matter how loud the first task is in my mind. Psalm 46:10 AMPC says “Let be and be still, and know (recognize and understand) that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations! I will be exalted in the earth!”
I must become still before I can know, recognize and understand that He is God. If I am not still, I am only becoming more proficient in my tasks. Where will this get me? One day before Jesus, if He doesn’t say “I never knew you”, He may still say “I missed the time we could have had together all these years. Nevertheless, Welcome Home.”
We were never meant to subject our minds and hearts to the world around us. But we can survive it in the peace of the Almighty if we would spend time with him alone each day before the first task. We can also bring Him along with us wherever we go. You might even find out your hours, days and weeks are suddenly much easier to navigate. Blessings are already yours In Him.