Gloria Pitzer once wrote the following little poem:
Procrastination is my sin
It brings me naught but sorrow
I know that I should stop it
In fact, I will….tomorrow
One of our main characters in today’s text, Felix the Governor of Judea, could have easily testified too that “procrastination is my sin.” And his type of procrastination, the type that delays acting on the Gospel, is the most dangerous kind. Because each time one puts off responding to God’s call to receive Christ, his heart is hardened and he moves one step closer to eternity in hell.
May God teach about the dangers of procrastination as we study Acts 24 today,